When you travel to Blenheim Palace via public transport, bicycle or fully electric car, you are eligible for a 20% discount off your Annual Pass or Palace, Park and Gardens day ticket (this discount is not valid for Privilege Pass or Park and Gardens tickets).
Travel the greener way to Blenheim Palace to receive your 20% discount and help conserve Blenheim for future generations. Use the code GREEN20 for discount during online checkout and show your proof of travel by bus, train or bike on arrival.
Palace, Park and Gardens tickets purchased with these discounts are still eligible to be donated to our registered charity, and converted to an Annual Pass to enjoy our World Heritage Site for a full year.
Travel by train to Blenheim Palace and receive 20% off your ticket. This discount is included in our Annual Pass, so you will get 12 months for free when you buy a day ticket.
Travel in your fully electric car to Blenheim Palace and receive 20% off your ticket. This discount is included in our Annual Pass, so you will get 12 months for free when you buy a day ticket.
We don't currently have electric car charging points at the Palace, you can find chargers in the local area by clicking the button below.
Stagecoach Bus S3 and Bus 7 run from Oxford City Centre to Woodstock, four times an hour, 7 days a week. Bus S3 leaves from Oxford train station. Bus S3 and Bus 7 both pick up on Magdalen Street. Buses stop outside the main entrance, from where it’s a 10-minute stroll through the park to Blenheim Palace.
Stagecoach Bus 233 runs from Burford via Carterton, Witney and Hanborough Station to Blenheim, every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday and hourly on Sundays.
Stagecoach Bus S3 also runs hourly from Chipping Norton to Blenheim.
Woodstock is connected to Oxford via the National Cycle Network #5 route. To view the Sustrans cycle route maps in detail visit sustrans.org. Please note that while there are bike racks available at the Palace, cycling within the Park is not permitted. Visitors may cycle from the main Hensington entrance gates to the Palace and back.
If you live close enough and are able to, please consider visiting by bike. Cycling is a great way to boost your own health and immunity and to help protect our environment too.