With over 300 years of history to discover, Blenheim Palace delivers a fantastic experience for groups. We hope you will all enjoy an enriching day out exploring our UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Explore your options for an inspiring group visit and book your trip using the buttons below. To contact our Groups Team, email

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Our cafés and restaurants cater for all tastes serving locally-sourced, fresh food every day. Groups can enjoy a light bite, three-course lunch or Afternoon Tea, or catering in a private room. Please note that catering for groups must be booked in advance.

Visitors are also welcome to visit any of our cafés and restaurants individually rather than dining as a group. To view the range of venues available, please visit our Cafés and Restaurants page.

To find out more about catering or private dining for your group, get in touch with our Groups Team.

Group Talks and Tours

We offer English-speaking and foreign language group tours of the Palace State Rooms as well as a variety of specialist talks and tours to enhance your group visit.

To avoid overcrowding visitor tours, we encourage groups to book a private guide (English or foreign language), at a supplementary fee of £40 per guide. (30 people maximum per guide). Please note that guided tours are not available on Sundays or Bank Holidays when a free flow system will be in operation.

For a more detailed insight into a particular aspect of Blenheim Palace, our specialist options range from Churchill-specific tours to talks regarding the Palace's fine painting and porcelain collections. Some of the topics available include:

  • NEW! Hatches, Matches and Dispatches
  • Restoration and Conservation
  • Paintings & Portraits
  • 'Capability' Brown: Visionary or Vandal?
  • Consuelo Vanderbilt and Blenheim Palace
  • A Closer Look at Baroque
  • Running a Great Estate

Themed tours available are charged £10 per head in addition to your admission, please see here for more details. (Not available on Sundays or Bank holidays.)

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