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The Palace has opened its doors once again, but you can still experience the beauty and grandeur of the State Rooms from home.

Explore the Palace like never before...

Take a 360 degree tour of some of our most magnificent rooms. For an even more immersive experience, view the tours using a virtual reality headset such as Google Cardboard. Open this page on your smartphone, select the room you wish to see and click the VR Icon. 

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Life on the Estate

Go behind closed doors and watch our shepherds at work in the lambing shed. Use your mouse or thumb to navigate the video.

Life on the Estate

Go behind closed doors and watch our shepherds at work in the lambing shed. Use your mouse or thumb to navigate the video.

Head Forester Nick tending to the saplings

Head of Gardens Hilary in the Greenhouse

Head Forester Nick explains the lake clearing project

Enjoy Family Time With Nature

Our Education Team have put together some fantastic resources for your family to try. With Enjoy Family Time With Nature, you can learn to make a pine cone bird feeder, create garden crowns and try leaf printing.

Download the workbook

Make a 1920s Headdress

Inspired by our recent 'Let's Misbehave' Exhibition, we'd love to see your design for a 1920s inspired headdress. Decorate with feathers, beads, sequins or whatever else you can find!

Download the worksheet

Build a Bug Palace

The Blenheim Estate Team have put together a how-to guide for building your own palace for wildlife! Collect materials, stack them together and watch the wildlife find a new home in your back garden.

Download the worksheet

Enjoy Family Time Exploring Art

Our Education Team are here to help you get creative as a family with this brilliant resource. With Enjoy Family Time Exploring Art, learn to create a colour wheel or try watercolour painting your surroundings.

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From our garden 
to yours

Our Head Gardener Hilary has put together some of her
top tips for Spring gardening, plus she takes us on a tour of the
Walled Garden - not usually open to guests- to show us what she and
the team have been up to in the recent weeks.

Read Hilary's Tips