Perched atop Fish Hill in the picturesque Cotswold village of Broadway, Worcestershire, Broadway Tower offers panoramic views stretching over 16 counties. Built in 1799 as a folly by renowned landscape designer Capability Brown, it served as a beacon and later as a country retreat for artists such as William Morris. With its distinctive design and strategic location, Broadway Tower has witnessed centuries of history, including military use during World War II. Today, visitors can climb to its summit, marvel at the breathtaking vistas, and explore the tower’s role in British cultural and military heritage.

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