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Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower & Park is a family-owned Cotswold destination set within a 50-acre estate of parkland, allowing visitors to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location.

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?

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The GWR is an all-volunteer steam and diesel heritage railway in the English Cotswolds. Since 1981, the volunteers have restored over 10 miles of line, together with platforms, buildings, steam and diesel locomotives and rolling stock. In addition to a scheduled service, GWR hosts a number of galas and enthusiasts’ events throughout the year, including our popular Santa Specials.

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Cotswold Wildlife Park

Get closer to nature with animal enclosures that are spacious and carefully landscaped, with no intrusive fencing, taking full advantage of the beautiful rural setting of the Bradwell Grove Estate.

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Cotswold Lavender

A family farm high on the Cotswold Hills overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham. Lavender has been grown here for the last 20 years as it loves the freedraining limestone soils giving the highest quality essential oils.

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Batsford Arboretum

55 acres of Parkland overlooking the Evenlode Valley containing over 1500 species of trees. In spring displays of flowering bulbs, wild flowers, and magnolias. Located on the outskirts of the village of Batsford near Moreton-in-Marsh.

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Westonbirt Arboretum

Contains one of the finest collection of trees and shrubs in Europe. There are 18000 of them spread throughout 600 acres of glorious Cotswold countryside. Also displays of rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, and the wild flowers of silk wood. Located at the village of Westonbirt, not far from Tetbury.

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Stanway House

The Stanway Watergarden, one of the finest in England, was created in the 1720s for John Tracy, probably by Charles Bridgeman, gardener to Lord Cobham at Stowe, Buckinghamshire from 1719 and Royal Gardener from 1727, who invented the English style of gardening, which superceded the Franco-Dutch style.

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