The Ashmolean Museum Broadway, Tudor House, 65 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP T: 01386 859 047
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Introduction to
the Ashmolean Museum, Broadway

The Ashmolean has worked in partnership with Worcestershire County Council, the Keil family, heritage groups and other local stakeholders, to transform a historic house in the Cotswold village of Broadway, Worcestershire, into a new museum: The Ashmolean Museum Broadway.


The Ashmolean Museum Broadway displays objects from the 17th to the 21st centuries over 3 floors of a former 17th Century Coaching Inn, called ‘Tudor House’. Displays include objects from the founding Tradescant collections of the Ashmolean Museum and there is also gallery space dedicated to special exhibitions, also providing opportunities for local artists, as well as education and outreach programmes.


The Museum had its ‘soft’ opening in September 2013 with additional objects being added to the collection over the first few months including Winchombe Pottery.

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Access
Due to building and conservation restrictions, it has not been possible to make the Grade II* listed building, Tudor House, fully accessible. The refurbishment has created level access through the main entrance and into the Education Room and washroom facilities. As part of a second phase of development, the Education Room will be fitted with audiovisual interactive displays, including touchscreens. The screens will allow visitors to explore the objects on display as well as see the interiors of the building on video loops.