Enter the Palace and explore our gilded State Rooms with their priceless collections of portraits, tapestries and furniture.
Discover the unique history of our Formal Gardens, reflecting a journey through the styles of the ages.
Enjoy our adventure playground and explore the gardens for special trails.
The tiny bedroom where Sir Winston Churchill was born has re-opened at Blenheim Palace, after being closed to visitors for more than a year.
Our new Churchill Exhibition features a mix of historic artefacts and new technology, documenting key aspects of the adventurous life of Sir Winston Churchill,…
There are many walks to experience ranging from under an hour to longer...
Tour our award-winning Formal Gardens with an experienced guide, to learn how they have changed over the past 300 years.
Explore our new immersive and interactive family exhibition in the Palace’s historic stable block showcasing the importance of horses at Blenheim through…
We partner with renowned British companies to produce exclusive ranges of exceptional quality, many of which showcase artwork and interiors from inside…
An exclusive tour of the Marlborough family's private apartments, with secret corridors, spiral staircases and a history of illustrious guests.
Glimpse into the lives of Palace staff over the centuries on the ‘Downstairs’ Tour.
Visit the Butterfly House in the Walled Garden, home to butterfly species from all around the world.
Located just outside our Woodstock Gates, it gives a great insight in to the history of Military in the local area.
Join one of our Palace experts to learn all about some of the most fascinating topics about Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens.
All aboard the Blenheim Railway! Take a ride on our miniature train between the Palace and the Walled Garden.
Explore the locations of TV and Film at Blenheim Palace.
Find your way out of the Walled Gardens’ beautiful Marlborough Maze; two miles of yew trees inspired by the history of the Palace.
Blenheim Art Foundation have unveiled a monumental interactive sculpture by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei which has gone on long-term view in our gardens.
We are seeking the assistance of our younger visitors to help us track down our Blenheim Bees.
We are delighted to announce that the Blenheim Palace Fire Engine has returned to its original home