The Broadway Tower Country Park, occupying a hill south-east of Broadway, occupies part of the former grounds of the Middle Hill estate, landscaped in the 18th century. Broadway Tower, an eyecatcher designed in 1799 by James Wyatt for Lord Coventry to commemorate Admiral Duncan's victory at the Battle of Camperdown, is a prominent feature which is related to the layout at Croome Park, which it overlooks.
Visitor Facilitieswww.broadwaytower.co.uk Open regularly during the summer months.
- Access & Directions
Access Contact Detailswww.broadwaytower.co.uk Open regularly during the summer months.
DirectionsSix miles south-east of Evesham via the A44 and a minor road.
- 18th Century
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