Yes! In fact, we have a special price of £5 if you visit the Adventure Play after school hours between 15.15 - 17.15. Come along and burn off that last bit of steam before bedtime.
Can I drop off and leave the children?
Sorry, no. Blenheim Palace Adventure Play is designed for families; we will not allow lone children to enter without supervision, nor can we allow parents to ‘drop off’ their children and leave them in the play area on their own.
Are dogs allowed into Blenheim Palace Adventure Play?
Sorry, but no four-legged friends are allowed in Blenheim Palace Adventure Play, except for Assistance Dogs.
Is it OK to bring pushchairs and buggies?
Yes - the pathways have been specially designed to accommodate buggies and pushchairs, but, if you prefer, you can leave them in our dedicated area just after you come through the entrance.
Can I take photos inside Blenheim Palace Adventure Play?
We understand that families will want to capture lots of great moments and memories, but we do ask that you only take photos of your own family to avoid any safeguarding concerns.
Do you have washrooms and baby changing facilities?
Yes. There are male, female, and accessible/baby changing toilets; you’ll find these located next to the Snack Shack.
Is there anywhere to buy food and drink?
Absolutely! Exploring can be hungry work, so there are several options for refuelling:
The Snack Shack serves light snacks and takeaway drinks in reusable cups.
At busy times, you can also grab an ice cream or soft drink at the top of the site between The Allotment and Boathouse Play, where there’s also a great view of the whole Adventure Play.
What should I wear?
We would recommend wearing clothes that you are comfortable running around, climbing and exploring in. Adventurers may feel happiest wearing sensible shoes like trainers and make sure you don’t forget your wellies or wet shoes so you can jump and splash in the winding river.
Is Blenheim Palace Adventure Play accessible to wheelchairs?
Yes, it is! Pathways have been specially designed to be wheelchair-friendly, as has a large part of the play area. There will also be ‘Quiet Days’ on every final Sunday of the month, running from 10.15am to 12.15pm. These will have a limited capacity to enhance the experience. We also operate a Carers Go Free policy (see below).
Do you run sessions for Special Educational Needs?
Yes, we do! Blenheim Palace Adventure Play is a space for everyone. We’ve reserved a half day every month for accessible/quiet play - these will take place on the last Sunday of each month from 10.15am to 12.15pm. A Mobiloo will be available for these sessions. You can book this session via our accessibility page.
Do you offer free tickets for carers?
Yes, we do! If you are visiting during one of our SEND sessions, you can select the carer ticket option during your purchase (one carer free of charge accompanying those visitors whose disability necessitates their support). If you are visiting during any other session you do not need to pre-book a carer ticket, please notify our team at the welcome desk.