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The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery is an independent community museum showcasing local history and art. This is in addition to the museum’s role in displaying artworks and visiting exhibitions loaned from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
The Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, formerly the Ashmolean Museum Broadway, is extending the range of its exhibits during 2017. The changes will enable the Community Museum to tell more of the rich history of Broadway. New exhibits will look at the village’s medieval roots and its role in the lucrative wool trade between 1327 and 1550, its role in coaching between 1550 and 1850 and Broadway’s more recent history as an inspiration for artists in the late 19th and early 20th century. This will be in addition to the museum’s role in displaying artworks and visiting exhibitions loaned from the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
Visitors to the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, who are UK tax-payers, can now make a one-off donation of £5 on entry to then gain free entrance to the museum for 12 months.
Under the gift aid scheme the donation of £5 means the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery receives £6.25 (25p for every £1 donated). If you pay tax at a higher then basic rate you can reclaim the difference in your donation in your annual HMRC tax return. If you do not pay UK tax or do not pay sufficient tax to cover the donation value, then the standard entrance fee costs you exactly the same.
Tudor House High Street Broadway