Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace

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Enjoy an egg-citing Easter weekend at Blenheim Palace! 

Visit Blenheim Palace for a perfect Easter day out for families this Bank Holiday weekend. 

Hop along to the Walled Garden to enjoy a whole host of egg-citing activities including circus skills, balloon modelling, bubble performances and a travelling vintage variety show, not to mention appearances from none other than the Easter Bunny throughout the weekend too. 

Keep little ones busy with an Easter egg hunt around the grounds and why not visit the Walled Garden Pizzeria to refuel with a delicious wood-fired pizza?

Easter Weekend runs at Blenheim Palace from Friday the 29th of March to Monday the 1st of April. 

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Book Blenheim tickets now and visit 'Britain's Greatest Palace'

Your Blenheim Palace ticket includes:

  • One-day entry to Blenheim Palace, includes the Palace, Park and Gardens 
  • Entry to the Churchill Exhibition
  • eTickets sent instantly by email and text

One of the UK's most famous attractions, Blenheim Palace is perfect for anyone looking for things to do in Oxfordshire and for tourists looking for places to visit near London.

Within Blenheim Palace itself...

Wherever you turn in Blenheim Palace, there are 300 years of history to explore. 

Palace State Rooms

Enter the Palace and explore the famous gilded State Rooms with their priceless collections of portraits, tapestries and furniture.

Blenheim Palace and Winston Churchill

The Churchill Exhibition features a mix of historic artefacts and new technology, documenting key aspects of the adventurous life of Sir Winston Churchill, the famous wartime leader and writer.

You can even enter the bedroom where Churchill was born!

Blenheim Palace's Park & Gardens

Blenheim Palace isn't just about the gorgeous building. Blenheim Palace sits on acres upon acres of stunning landscape, from woodland, lakes, gardens, and more. 

Blenheim Palace's Walled Garden

Take the Miniature Train from the Palace and take an adventure in the Marlborough Maze. You'll also find The Butterfly House and a gorgeous Pizza place with dishes suitable for the whole family.

Park & Garden trails

Follow the trail throughout the Palace, Park and Formal Gardens to find Sir Winston Churchill's favourite and most cherished places.

Blenheim Palace Tree Trail

The Tree Trail showcases the natural beauty that has evolved over the Palace's history. The trail is thoughtfully designed, allowing you to learn lots about the trees you come across, and even their connection to Blenheim Palace's architecture. 

Perfect for families too, this trail will see little ones learning about nature and exploring the stunning surroundings. 

The Palace Stables immersive experience

Open daily from 10.30 to 15.45, don't forget to visit the Palace's historic Stable block where you'll find an immersive and interactive experience showcasing the importance of horses at Blenheim through the centuries

Grand Bridge,
West Oxfordshire,
England,
Oxfordshire
OX20 1PS

How to find us

Blenheim Palace sits at the edge of Woodstock in Oxfordshire and is only a twenty-minute journey from the city of Oxford.

Travelling to Blenheim Palace from London?

By train:

  • Travel from London Marylebone by Chiltern Trains to Oxford Parkway (then connect to Blenheim by Bus 7). This is the quickest route from London to Blenheim
  • Travel from London Paddington or Reading by GWR to Oxford (then connect to Blenheim by Bus S3).
  • Travel by GWR from London Paddington, Reading, or Worcester to Hanborough (then connect to Blenheim by Bus 233)

By car:

1.5 hours' drive

 

  • Free parking
  • Toilets and accessible toilets
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Multiple eateries when you can stop for a lunch, snack or refreshment
  • Blenheim Palace shop
  • For those with smart phones, there are free audio guides available to listen to as you explore - so remember your earphones/headphones
  • Pushchair friendly

No, this ticket is for day admission to Blenheim Palace only.

Blenheim Palace grounds are dog-friendly but please note dogs are not permitted in the Walled Garden, Blenheim Palace Adventure Play, Formal Gardens or the Palace itself. 

Blenheim Palace today is still the home of the Churchill family. It is currently the home of the Twelfth Duke of Marlborough, Charles James Spencer-Churchill. 

Most people spend 1-2 hours touring the house and exhibition. Your ticket allows you to spend all day at Blenheim Palace which gives you lots of time not just to explore the Palace but its beautiful grounds and lovely eateries. 

It boasts over 300 years of history and, with 187 rooms, is one of the largest houses in England. 

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