The inspired work of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown has created a lasting legacy in the Park at Blenheim Palace, and with over 2,000 acres to explore there is always more to discover.
Dogs are welcome in the Park on leads at all times. There are two dog-friendly walks available and dog facilities outside the Visitor Centre.
Cycling within the Park is not permitted, with the exception of our annual Family Cycling Day on the 14th August. We do have bike racks by the Palace for visitors who arrive by bike.
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Discover the Ancient Oaks
New research has found that Blenheim Palace is home to the greatest collection of ancient oak trees anywhere in Europe.
The collection is located in an area of the Estate called High Park, which was originally created by King Henry I as part of a royal deer park in the 12th century. Around 90% of the woodland is made up of oak trees and it is thought that at least 60 of these oaks are up to 900 years old!
Discover the ancient oaks on one of our suggested walks encompassing the Park Perimeter.