Snowshill village is a small Gloucestershire town and civil parish situated close to Broadway, Worcestershire, in Gloucestershire, England. The population was 164 at the time of the 2011 census. Snowshill is one of the more attractive villages of England, with honey-stone homes and a historic, unspoiled charm.
In the late 1800s, a significant early Bronze Age trove discover outside of Snowshill village. It features a pic-rite fight, bronze pin, dagger, and spearhead that excavate from a barrow in 1881. It is presently in the British Museum’s collection and dates from between 2100 and 1600 BC.
Visit the majestic Victorian church before making your way to Snowshill Manor amid the lavender fields. The eccentric Charles Wade, a prominent architect, used to live on this National Trust property. Before heading to the gardens to see Cove model hamlet of Wolf. It takes in the exhibits of Samurai armor and miniature toys.
Snowshill village is well famous for its National Trust property. The Snowshill Manor is open to the public. Between 1900 and 1951, architect and craftsman Charles Paget Wade amassed an unexpected gathering of furniture, percussion equipment, craft tools, toys, clocks, bicycles, and armor, which he displayed in the manor house. His Arts and Crafts-style plants are designed in an unusual blend of terraces. However, the ponds that resemble outdoor rooms, filled with vibrant colors and enticing scents.
Snowshill Lavender, a property with 35 acres of lavender farms that sells lavender items, plants, and local crafts, is also located in Snowshill.