Be inspired with a visit to Tudor House

Broadway, Worcestershire

Tudor House is one of the most prominent buildings in Broadway which houses objects and artefacts on loan from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.

The Tudor House houses displays of fine and decorative art from the 17th to the 21st centuries over three floors, including objects such as Sheldon tapestries, Worcester Porcelain, Armorial Ceramics of Broadway families, William Morris tiles and Winchcombe Pottery.

There are also paintings by Gainsborough, Reynolds, Millais and Landseer. Choose to extend your stay and you will be delighted with the quality of service, fine dining options and the variety of attractions on offer to keep you amused.

No trip is complete to this quintessential part of England without a trip to Broadway Tower, the unique Capability Brown Folly Tower with spectacular views across Worcestershire and beyond.

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Tudor House home to the Ashmolean Museum in Broadway© John Cairns
A display in the Ashmolean Museum in Broadway© John Cairns
Sign for the Ashmolean Museum in Broadway© John Cairns
Glass exhibit at Ashmolean Museum Broadway© John Cairns

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