Blenheim Palacetickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. This pretty pad is one of England’s biggest houses and a UNESCO Heritage Site. That’s when you know it’s good.
  2. Zip lines, cross bridges and slides - the brand-new Adventure Play area is a kid’s dream come true.
  3. Picnic spots don’t get much better than Blenheim Palace gardens with manicured lawns, a lake and even a maze. Lush.

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What’s there to do at Blenheim Palace?

Sun streaming through windows in Blenheim Palace State Room, gold painted details around doors and red carpet running through doorway

The Palace State Rooms

Themed Area

Aerial view of mazes at Blenheim Palace on a sunny day, lighting up the hedges

The Lost Garden Adventure Play


Bed in centre of room next to painting on easel, white walls with many gold-framed paintings

The Churchill Exhibition

Themed Area

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Blenheim Palace tips and tricks


Paul says

"Book online!"

Tickets to Blenheim Palace now have to be booked in advance so make sure to book tickets online before you visit!


Lewis says

"Allow a full day"

If you want to see everything make sure to plan a whole day to visit Blenheim Palace (or even more!) We didn't see as much of the gardens as we'd have liked to because we ran out of time!


Christine says

"Check the weather"

We ended up visiting on a rainy day and we didn't get to do as much exploring as we wanted to. We thought the interior of the palace felt limited compared to the gardens.

What to expect at Blenheim Palace

Ever wondered what life must be like in the lap of gold-plated luxury?

Get yourself down to Blenheim Palace, located in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, for a snoop round the Duke of Marlborough’s 18th century mega-pad.

Spoiler alert: it really is stunning. The Great Hall isn’t just bloomin’ massive (100ft long, 50ft high and 50ft wide) – it’s also decorated with marble columns, crystal chandeliers and fancy tapestries. If you think they’re fancy, head to the gilded State Rooms. They’ll blow your mind.

The Blenheim Palace Museum has cool sculptures, paintings and artifacts that tell the story of the Churchill family (yup, Winston was born here). And the gorgeous gardens were designed by Capability Brown (the 18th century’s answer to Alan Titchmarsh).

Adventure Play is the brand-new play area which is just as impressive as the Palace – if not more, depending on who you’re asking. It’s a hidden world with slides, zip lines, steppingstones – you name it – plus a water play area.

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Facilites you'll find at Blenheim Palace

  • Vegan Food
  • Picnic Friendly
  • Picnic Spots
  • On-site Café(s)
  • Dine-in Restaurant(s)
  • Wheelchair Hire
  • Baby Changing Facilities
  • Pushchair Friendly

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How to get toBlenheim Palace

Woodstock OX20 1PP, Oxfordshire

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Blenheim Palace Opening Times

Mon - Sun 10am-5pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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Blenheim Palace at a glance

Blenheim Palace is an attraction based in South East. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Historical Attractions .

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How much are Blenheim Palace tickets?

Tickets vary based on time and date of your visit. At Blenheim Palace tickets start from £22.50.

Was Downton Abbey filmed at Blenheim Palace?

Yes! Parts of Downtown Abbey were filmed at Blenheim Palace. You might recognise parts of the palace from other famous TV shows and films including – Transformers, Mission Impossible, Cinderella and Gulliver's Travels. Most recently Netflix’s Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story filmed their final ball scene at Blenheim Palace.

Is there parking at Blenheim Palace?

Yes there is free parking available on site.

How long does it take to go around Blenheim Palace?

We recommend you plan to spend at least 3 to 4 hours to enjoy the Palace and Gardens.

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