Best Cotswolds Tour for Families

The Cotswolds region has many beautiful towns and villages that offer plenty of fun for families. Here are some of our favorite places to visit in this area and the best Cotswolds tour for families.

Chipping Campden & Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower

An impressive tower located overlooking of the town of Broadway and has an impressive view of England and Wales. This building was originally constructed in 1868 and now houses a museum dedicated to the history of the estate and William Morris. There are also exhibits about local wildlife and geology.

broadway tower in a fantastic sunset
Beautiful Broadway Tower at Sunset

Great place for lunch at the Cafe

Morris & Brown cafe is at the heart of the family estate

A busy cafe serving a wide range of savoury foods, cake, drinks or takea leisurely breakfast, as well as delicious dishes throughout the day to late afternoon. A wonderful respite in winter as you’ll be greeted by a roaring fire.

Morris and Brown cafe

Visit the Nuclear Bunker at Broadway Tower

The previous monitoring bunker was once part of a wider national network of structures all over the United Kingdom, built to study and report the effects of nuclear explosions and the resulting radioactive fallout. Since the end of the cold-war thay have made for interesting day trips.

The complete Cold War experience by visiting Broadway Tower’s Nuclear Bunker.

Chipping Campden and Broad Campden

Chipping Campden

Amazing architecture in Chipping Campden high sreet, with its lovely stone houses, cottages and pastoral landscape, provides the base for our outstanding private hire business and is the perfect place to begin any Cotswold adventure.

The town of Chipping Campden is notable for being the home of the Arts and Crafts movement, founded by William Morris at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries and the tradition carried on by architect and designer Charles Robert Ashbee.

Chipping Campden is also known for the annual “Cotswold Olimpicks” (Origins in Robert Dover’s Games), local sports and games dating back to the 17th century, and may have inspired Baron Pierre de Coubertin and the Modern Olympics revival.

Broad Campden

Broad Campden is a small village with a church and good food pub. Most noted for its 17th century Quaker Meeting House, sometimes used in the filming of the BBC drama series, Father Brown.
You might be also interested in one of our Father Brown speciality filming location tours.