If you have ridden a bike all the way from Brum. then you deserve a treat at the Tower's Morris & Brown cafe, where cyclists are very welcome. Thanks Birmingham Bikeathon for sending this pic.
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As the Tour of Britain cycle race came through Broadway, to join in the celebrations, we hung a gigantic yellow jersey from tower. Thanks to Wychavon Council who helped, and they took these pictures, and the video too. These are some pictures from the race itself through Broadway, and the rest of Wychavon
On our ROC Feature Days we welcome retired members of the Royal Observer Corps on site. There is opportunity to meet and chat and discover first hand how life in the secret bunker worked. More details here
We are pleased to announce we have been awarded a certificate of excellence from Tripadvisor, which is fantastic. Thank you to all the visitors who provide the lovely feedback that the award is judged by, you have made us all very proud. Annette
To celebrate St Georges day and the also the start of the asparagus festival we've teamed up with the British Asparagus Festival and are delighted to host the finale of the Asparagus Run. We have had to keep it under wraps until now, so as not to spoil the surprise, but from 8am today head [...]
Is there a tourist attraction, or for that matter any place in Britain, from where you can view as many counties as can be seen from the top of Broadway Tower? You can see 16 UK counties from the top of the tower, and I'd like to know if this is a record? Where else [...]
71 years ago the crew of a Whitley bomber on a training mission from Honeybourne airfield, crashed next to the tower. Pilot HG Hagen, Sgt EG Ekins, Flt Sgt DH Kelly, Sgt DA Marriott and Sgt RS Phillips did not survive when the aircraft they were in came down less than 200 yards from the tower [...]
A unique opportunity to meet the Broadway Tower herd of Red Deer and their newly born offspring under the expert guidance of our Head of Deer Park, Lewis Potter. Lewis is a recognised authority on deer husbandry and preservation. Furthermore, he is an accomplished gunsmith and expert on black powder fire arms. He has published [...]
The Royal Observer Post and Nuclear Bunker is fully equipped and open to the public at week-ends. Your bespoke tour takes you underground where you can handle the equipment, work the siren and discover its role during the Cold War. Ticket 1: Tower Entrance including Observer Post Museum followed by entry to the Bunker compound [...]
On our ROC Feature Days we welcome retired members of the Royal Observer Corps on site. There is opportunity to meet and chat and discover first hand how life in the secret bunker worked. Saturday 28th June Sunday 27th July Saturday 16th August Sunday 21st September