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All reviews worth a visit temporary exhibition lovely paintings japanese prints eclectic mix looked lovely lovely old building tudor building antique shops little gem local history entrance fee couple of hours willard oxford wigan cabinet
We kinda wandered in on a cold day for 5 quids worth of warm.
In the event we found enough here to interest us and had to leave before we'd finished because our parking time was up.
Look for the the room of microscopes and...More
The signposts in Broadway point to the Ashmolean Museum as if it’s some offshoot of that august Oxford institution. There’s a portrait of Sir Elias Ashmole on the ground floor where there is some information about an 18th century connection between the Ashmolean and Broadway....More
I visited Broadway Museum for the first time on Sunday. Had a couple of hours to myself and planned to visit for a while. What a treat! Local history well presented, some beautiful artefacts, impressionist prints, gift shop, and Willard Wigan on site to meet...More
The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery is a must visit.
Great history - originally a coaching in.
Currently they are showing a very special and rare art form - minature sculpture seen through an eye of a needle - by Willard Wigan, MBE.
This Museum, now known as Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, formerly the Ashmolean Museum Broadway, is situated in the picturesque Worcestershire village. Broadway attracts many tourists for its gift and antique shops as well as its iconic Cotswold buildings in the main street. This Museum...More
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).
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
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.
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