Come and enjoy some festive treats and pick up some great gifts from our shop at Broadway’s late night Christmas shopping night on 7th December.


The shop will be open until 7pm and there will be mulled cider and mince pies available for you while you browse.

We currently still have some Christmas cards in stock and we have a range of products for sale. These include locally-produced scarves, a selection of jewellery, cushions, books and prints.


The  scarves are produced in rural Worcestershire by Clarice who designs and screen prints all the textiles by hand. They are inspired by the wildlife and hedgerows in the local landscape. The colours and designs of the scarves are dependent on the seasons  of the year.

We have linoprints by Jo Asphan. The child of sheep and arable farmers Jo’s work features pictures of the local landscape.

We have a range of books on art, covering subjects such as the Impressionists and Modern art and books on the Cotswolds.


If you have yet to pay us a visit this year this would be a great time to see our exhibits – including our Making an Impression exhibition – before we close for the winter on 19th December. We close the museum at this time to update our exhibitions and add new material.

The museum will reopen on 9th February 2019 and there will be plenty of other new features added and changes made for 2019.  Our special exhibition then will feature art from the Second World War which has been curated by John Nott. He will be talking about this collection on the evening of Thursday 21st February.

All the staff and volunteers would like to wish all our visitors and supporters a very happy Christmas and best wishes for the New Year.

It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas at the museum