Opening times at Broadway Tower and Morris & Brown Café

Cafe  9.00am – 5.00pm daily * (All year round but may vary during inclement weather conditions)

Tower   10.00am – 5.00pm daily* (All year round but may vary during inclement weather conditions)

Nuclear Bunker   10.00am – 4.45pm (last tour 4.00pm) at weekends & BH Mondays April to October
Out of hours opening is available by prior arrangement.
Schools and Educational visits are welcome.

*Christmas Opening:
Broadway Tower: Open 1100 – 1500 Boxing Day and New Years Day.  Closed Christmas Day                                                  Morris & Brown Cafe:  Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day

A unique place

Standing in its dramatic location at 65 feet high Broadway Tower has some of the best views in England. Did you know we can see up to 16 counties from the top of the Tower? And we’re on the Cotswold Way – so it’s a paradise for cyclists, walkers and wildlife lovers. Perfect for a family day out.

Admission prices:

Adult £5.00
Child (6-16) £3.00
Child (0-6) FREE
Concession £4.50
Family (2+2) £14.00
Bunker & Observer Post £4.00
Bunker & Observer Post & Tower combined £8.00
Annual Pass £10.00

Group rates are available for parties in excess of 12 visitors offering a 50p reduction per head. In order to qualify group admission must be paid in one transaction. Regrettably due to the confined space in the car park, coaches cannot be accommodated.

“Annual Pass”. Support the preservation of this unique building by booking your annual pass. Enjoy 12 months complimentary admission and a 10% discount on all purchases in our cafe & gift shops.

You can DOWNLOAD the latest Broadway Tower attractions leaflet with all the useful information and what to do when you are here.

Just click on the image to the left and the leaflet will download to your computer as a PDF

How to get to Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower is on the A44 Evesham/Moreton in Marsh route 1 mile south-east of Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7LB.

If you would like to see a detailed map of how to get to us please click on the GOOGLE MAP link HERE

The Cold War Experience at Broadway Tower

Fifteen feet below a field on the Broadway Tower estate lies a relic of the Cold War.

The former monitoring bunker was once part of a wider network of similar structures all over the United Kingdom built to study and report the effects of nuclear explosions and the resulting radioactive fallout.

Manned by men and women of the Royal Observer Corps; they would be expected to spend 3 weeks below ground during a Nuclear Exchange.

The Broadway Tower bunker was closed in 1991 when the Royal Observer Corps stood down but it has now been fully restored to how it would have been in the 1980’s at the height of the Cold War.

We offer you the chance to step back in time and witness how our country would have coped if the Cold War had ever turned hot.

The Cold War Bunker is open at Weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays from April to October and the guided tour lasts around 45 minutes. Special openings are available to Schools, History Groups and pre-booked parties during the week.

Please be aware that:

  • access to the bunker is via a ladder;
  • there is no disabled access;
  • children younger than 12 are not allowed access to below ground areas;
  • anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Suitable clothes and footwear must be worn.

Broadway Village – Gem of the Cotswolds

The charming village of Broadway nestles beneath the Worcestershire hills of the Cotswolds. Today, Broadway attracts visitors from across the world – all drawn to the beauty and attractions of this quintessential English village.

Broadway is a lively and vibrant village with a superb range of unique shops and designer boutiques, restaurants and hotels but is also steeped in history with its origins dating back to Roman times. Over the centuries it has made its mark in many different ways. In the 1600s it was a major stopping place for the stage coaches that travelled between Worcester and London – with the world-renowned Lygon Arms remaining popular with travellers and visitors.

For many, Broadway also serves as a ‘base’ for exploring other parts of the Cotswolds and surrounding area. Stratford-On-Avon, Cheltenham Spa and Worcester are all within easy access.

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