Annual Pass

Help us maintain our World Heritage Site and enjoy free entry and events for a whole year.

Buy an Annual Pass

Choose to donate the cost of your Palace, Park & Gardens entry to the Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation Charity to benefit from converting to a FREE Annual Pass.

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Visit Blenheim Palace

Explore 300 years of history, over 2000 acres of landscaped Parkland and Formal Gardens, and a wealth of extra tours and trails.

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Make the most of your pass

Your Annual Pass entitles you to early bird booking and discounted tickets to a selection of events.

Year round access

Buy one day, get 12 months free. It's that simple. Access throughout the year to explore Britain's Greatest Palace through the seasons.

Free and Discounted Events

An Annual Pass entitles you to free entry to a variety of events and exhibitions, as well as discounted tickets to a selection of upcoming events.

Our new Annual Pass benefit - HyperJar

We're delighted to announce our partnership with HyperJar, a new, free, money management app that works alongside your existing bank account. Exclusive for all Blenheim Palace Annual Pass Holders, use our referral code BLN10 for a £10 reward to spend in our gift shop or towards your next Annual Pass!

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Restoration and Conservation

Funds raised through your donation help us complete vital restoration projects, view our Restoration and Conservation projects to see the direct impact.

You can also make your money go further by using Gift Aid, for every pound you donate, we receive 25p from the Government.

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum

We are delighted to announce that all Annual Pass Holders can now visit the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum for FREE! All you need to do is show your Blenheim Palace Annual Pass on entrance to the Museum. Located just outside our Woodstock Gates, it gives a great insight in to the history of Military in the local area. The Museum includes permanent displays on Churchill and his connection to The Queens Own Oxfordshire Hussars, as well as displays on the second world war and modern-day conflicts. They also have a brand-new exhibition this year ‘Lifting the Veil of Secrecy’, telling the fascinating stories of the local connections to the intelligence world.