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.
Explore our permanent Winston Churchill exhibition to follow the path of his life, starting with his birth at Blenheim Palace.
An exclusive tour of the Marlborough family's private apartments, with secret corridors, spiral staircases and a history of illustrious guests.
Located in the West Courtyard, 'Churchills' Destiny' tells the story of our two great wartime leaders.
Explore the Butterfly House, get lost in the Maze or enjoy delicious food at the Pizza Café.
Follow the trail of our 'Greatest Briton' at Blenheim Palace to discover Sir Winston Churchill's most cherished places.
Tour our award-winning Formal Gardens with an experienced guide, to learn how they have changed over the past 300 years.
Visit the Butterfly House in the Pleasure Gardens, home to butterfly species from all around the world.
Glimpse into the lives of Palace staff over the centuries on the ‘Downstairs’ Tour.
Find your way out of the Pleasure Gardens’ beautiful Marlborough Maze; two miles of yew trees in a design inspired by the history of Blenheim Palace.
Explore more than 300 years of captivating stories from the Palace’s past in this animated and interactive visitor experience.
Join in with wild adventures in the woods of Blenheim Palace to discover a secret world of dens, forest craft and minibeast safaris.
All aboard the Blenheim Railway! Take a ride on our miniature train, every half hour between the Palace and the Pleasure Gardens.
Enjoy a buggy tour around the lake with the ‘finest view in England’ as your driver shares the story of how our Park has evolved.
On selected dates, visitors can enjoy recitals on our Willis Organ that bring the history and scale of Blenheim Palace to life.
Discover more about the life of Sir Winston Churchill and his time at the Palace on a buggy tour around the Park.
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