The crooked stone cottages, town houses, and lanes of Broadway have inspired writers, artists, and composers over the years. It is littered with antique shops, tearooms, neatly manicured gardens, art galleries, and picturesque churches, and is understandably very popular in the summer months. Beyond the charm of the village itself, there are a few special attractions that visitors can enjoy. The lovely 12th century Church of St. Eadburgha is a 1 mile walk from town. If you’re feeling energetic, another uphill walk of 2 miles leads to Broadway Tower, an 18th century Gothic structure that offers magnificent views of the area.