Broadway Museum & Art Gallery reopening with John Singer Sargent Exhibition!

2021-03-20T19:31:23+00:00March 20th, 2021|

From Saturday 22nd May to Sunday 3rd October 2021, Broadway Museum & Art Gallery, High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire is hosting a prestigious exhibition of a group of works by the renowned artist John Singer Sargent and his contemporaries, Augustus Edwin John, Gwen John and Philip Wilson Steer. The paintings, generously gifted to the Ashmolean Museum, [...]

A Minister Drops By

2020-12-13T17:05:04+00:00December 13th, 2020|

We welcomed our local MP, Nigel Huddleston, to the museum last week. Given his role as Minister for Sport, Tourism and Heritage, he has a keen interest in what we're up to. He was very pleased we were open for business again and was keen to see what we had to offer. After the COVID-19 [...]

Meet Kitty Jones

2020-11-25T14:51:18+00:00November 25th, 2020|

Last year, Kitty completed a placement at Christie’s in their modern British department, giving her an insight into one of the biggest auction houses in the world. This year, she was about to spend a year studying Art History at a European university as part of her degree course, when the COVID-19 pandemic intervened. Undeterred, [...]

The Witches of Broadway

2020-11-01T19:05:58+00:00November 1st, 2020|

It's Halloween, which gives us a great opportunity to explore witches and witchcraft and how they were regarded during the late seventeenth century, a period when our beautiful museum building was in its heyday as a busy coaching inn. Witch Marks, or Apotropaic Markings if you're posh, were used back then as devices for warding [...]

Coming soon: Children’s Halloween Trail & Competition

2020-10-14T10:48:35+01:00October 14th, 2020|

Is your family brave enough to take part in our fangtastic Halloween trail? From Friday 23rd October to Sunday 1st November we’ll be hosting our children’s Halloween events. Come and take part. Drop by the museum to see if you can solve our tricky puzzle. Join the spooky trail and try to spot all the [...]

Heritage Open Days 11th – 20th Sept

2020-09-14T01:54:19+01:00September 14th, 2020|

The Council of Europe and the European Commission set up Europe Heritage Days in 1991 to raise awareness and appreciation of the richness and diversity of Europe’s cultural assets as well as the need for care and protection of them for posterity. The central principle behind the days was simple and compelling.  They would throw [...]

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