Committed to providing an accessible attraction, Blenheim Palace strives to ensure visitors with disabilities can enjoy as much of our magnificent World Heritage Site as possible. From closer parking to the Palace to assistance in moving across the site and tailored tours, please read our access statement below for full details of how we can support you when visiting.
Read our Access Statement
Please also note the following support:
Blue Badge Holders
Carers for Blue Badge Holders are admitted free. We also have a number of wheelchair and buggy access points and dedicated parking areas for Blue Badge holders. Look at our Access Statement to find out more.
Our Education Team makes excellent provision for children with special needs.
Teachers are requested to contact the Education Team in advance on 01993 810535.
Guide assistance and support dogs are welcome at Blenheim Palace.
Some of the large events at the Palace do require us to make changes to the accessible routes, but we always strive to continue to cater for those with accessible needs during these times.
We recommend prior to any visit where you may need additional support that our Access Statement is read to help make the most of your day.