BROADWAY MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY2018-09-27T19:42:39+00:00

Come and explore this hidden gem in the Worcestershire countryside…

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Art Classes:

Art classes run on weekdays but must be booked in advance.

Please contact the Event Manager at events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk for further information and to book in advance.

Admission:

February -October (before daylight saving ends)

Monday – Sunday 10.00-5.00 (last entry 4.30)

October (after daylight saving ends) -December

Monday – Sunday 10.00-4.00 (last entry 3.30)

Open Bank Holidays

Winter closure: We close to update our exhibitions and add new material from the 19th December to the second Saturday in February when we reopen for the new year.

Adult £5.00
Family £10.00
Child £2.00 (under 5’s free)

Booked Group Tours:

We love providing guided tours of the house and the displays for booked Groups of 10+ at a discounted price and can offer these on most days. These are volunteer led so advance notice is required.

Please contact the Event Manager at events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk for further information and to book in advance.

Bespoke Evening Events:

We can cater for many evening events you may wish to hold: an intimate concert up to 30, a poetry or book launch, a gathering of friends or a business event – adults (+16) only please. Contact the Event Manager events@broadwaymuseum.org.uk to discuss your bespoke request.

Access

The Museum is very disabled friendly. Unfortunately, in view of the age and complexity of our listed building, we do not have a lift to the various floors.

We have ramps to assist you into the building and can provide tea and coffee. You will have access to the Broadway’s Timeline exhibit and all relevant material currently available about the museum.

Our volunteers will do their best to make you feel at home and, if there is time, will tell you more about the exhibits and special exhibitions.

We have a fully accessible toilet and there is one disabled parking space opposite the Museum. More disabled parking is available in the High Street and in the car parks.

For more details on our accessibility please visit our Access Page.

Directions:

By Car – Broadway village is off the A44 between Stow-on-the-Wold and Evesham approaching from the South and off the A44 just after Evesham travelling from Worcester or the M5 junction 6 from the North. Broadway is approximately 1 hour from Oxford, 30 minutes from Cheltenham, 40 minutes from the M5 and 15 minutes from Evesham.

There are 650 spaces in 3 car parks in Broadway. For more information follow the link

By Train – closest stations are Evesham, Honeybourne or Moreton In Marsh on the London to Hereford line (FGW). Oxford to Honeybourne is a 50 minute rail journey. Buses run from Cheltenham to Broadway. The London to Cheltenham route is most helpful for a bus connection.

Donate

Become a Friend, make a donation, or become a Benefactor of Broadway Museum and Art Gallery. Broadway Museum and Art Gallery Friends play an active role in the museum’s success.

For more information, pop in and see us or call 01386 859047. You can also email admin@broadwaymuseum.org.uk

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Volunteer

The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery relies on a dedicated team of volunteers who make a huge contribution to the museum and its visitor services. Are you able to spare some time? With full training provided, we are looking for volunteers to join our friendly and dynamic front of house team.

We are also on the lookout for volunteers who may be able offer support in fundraising and marketing.

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Benefactors

Mr Peter Oliver

Ms Dominique Hardiman

Mrs Sharon Stirling