Please note that the train will not be running from Monday 13th May until Friday 24th May to allow for essential track maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Blenheim Palace is a huge resource for a wide variety of education uses, available to any education group, national and international. This includes Pre-school, School and Youth Groups, Colleges and Universities, Language Schools and School Language Exchanges.
The wide range of resources, not only in the Palace but also in the Gardens, Park and Estate provides equally for the National Curriculum and for general interest and leisure visits or for any combination of these.
A well targeted and demanding National Curriculum visit can be attractively complemented by use of our leisure facilities. Teachers are encouraged to take a wide view in exploring the possibilities at Blenheim, across many subjects and levels, for the full range 3-18 years and beyond. The Blenheim Education Service is now in its thirty-third year and is led by the Head of Education, Mrs Karen Wiseman. Members of the Education Department are available to lead or support any type of educational visit. The areas of Blenheim available to schools include:
The Palace State Rooms
The Secret Garden
The Water Terraces
The Pleasure Gardens with the Marlborough Maze
The ‘Blenheim Bygones’ Exhibition
The Butterfly House
Adventure Play Area, Putting Green & Maze Games
Activity Puzzles and a Picnic Site
'Churchills’ Destiny’ Exhibition
Forest Trail and Combe Mill.
The Bottling Plant (by special arrangement)
For further information regarding a School Trip or to book a visit please call the Education Department on 01993 810535 or email email@example.com.