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Ashmolean Museum Broadway

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I went here with my parents and partner especially to see the Willard Wigan exhibition. I was incredibly impressed. It's a lovely old building (not suitable if you have mobility issues though) and the staff very friendly (top marks for the lunch recommendation).

Thank Selery
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This lovely old building and museum is worth a visit due to the changing exhibits, but is unmissable due to the mind boggling Willard Wiggin exhibit. These pieces of art/craft/science must be seen to be believed, and if you are lucky (like us) you may...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We especially visited to see Willard Wigan exhibition and the additional war and art exhibits are a bonus all for £5 per person a bargain. There is no lift so climbing stairs is a must but truly worth it.

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Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile

As we were staying in Broadway we just dropped in to find that Willard Wigan was being exhibited and having just seen the TV programme about him it was a great opportunity not to miss. Well you won’t be disappointed either, the small museum has...More

Thank Enjoylifealways_11
Reviewed 20 July 2018

Broadway High street is a joy to walk down Many different shops, but also there are a few well known names to buy from. Great tea shops a lot with home-made cakes. Then the visit to the museum is a must so many interesting and...More

Thank Jezbez27
Reviewed 8 July 2018

Had a wonderful time seeing this brilliant museum - I had no idea that Broadway was such a centre for artists and literary folk through its history, it was fascinating to learn about it - and the exhibition of Willard Wigan's work was fantastic, what...More

Thank EMDad
Reviewed 26 June 2018

This Tudor, former stagecoach inn has been well-preserved with many of its original architectural features and fireplaces, as well as some fascinating period pieces. Much of it, however, seems more filler than anything else.

Thank Ruhu61
Reviewed 22 June 2018

Telling the history of Broadway and the local wool trade, This is a small but nicely presented museum with some rooms dedicated to art displays.

Thank krakatoa56
Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

Visited at the end of March. The building is lovely and there are some interesting bits and bobs. We learned what the Cotswold Lion looked liked ( before theyoved to Africa) and seeing part of Tradescants ' cabinet of curiosities' was an unexpected treat especially...More

Thank SALOPIAN1967
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Just £5 gets you a couple of hours of interesting time exploring this off-shoot of the Oxford Ashmolean museum - when we went there was an excellent temporary exhibition of Japanese prints, and I was particularly interested in the Broadway Colony room - imagine a...More

Thank GoodLifeForMe
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