Palace

The entrance to the Palace State Rooms is located within the Great Courtyard.

There are 20 steps into the Palace, and there is a ramp on left hand side as you enter the Great Courtyard leading to the front of the Palace.

Pushchairs are welcome, but if you would like to leave pushchair outside the Palace you may. If you require help getting your pushchair into the Palace, please do ask a member of staff. 

Once you enter the Palace the route follows the ground floor and is easily accessible and suitable for pushchairs.

Please note that our disabled lift in the Palace is not suitable for pushchairs.

As you exit via the chapel there is a staircase which has 16 steps down. If you need help carrying a pushchair down these steps, please do ask a member of staff.

 

Home to the 12th Duke of Marlborough and his family and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting a long and diverse history. Blenheim Palace was built as a gift to John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, from Queen Anne and a grateful nation in thanks for his victory at the Battle of Blenheim on 13th August 1704.

A Rich Heritage

A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace provides an awe-inspiring experience for visitors.

A Rich Heritage

A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace provides an awe-inspiring experience for visitors.

Explore 300 years of history...

The Saloon Ceiling The Palace Hallways The Great Hall The Palace State Rooms The Long Library