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Blenheim Palace


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My wife and I look forward to sharing with you the treasures of our historic home and its magnificent surroundings.

The Palace and its Formal Gardens and Park were created a World Heritage Site in 1987 and a great deal of restoration and conservation work has been undertaken in recent years despite the fact that we do not currently receive any external funding support. This year two major projects will take place: the repair and redecoration of every window in the Great Hall, and the restoration of the South Front steps of the Palace.

Your visit makes an important contribution to the ongoing restoration and conservation programmes which are necessary to ensure the Palace and its wonderful grounds are preserved for future generations.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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    01-May-2013 Report

    We love Blenheim - you can turn your day pass into an annual one which makes it great value for money.
    Our kids love: taking the train, the butterfly house, the outdoor puzzles and playground, the maze, and the giant wooden playground (all in the Pleasure Gardens section).
    We love: the fact there's loads of space so it never seems too busy, the cafe is good, you can picnic no problem, lots of toilets, there's enough to do so you don't have to do the same things each visit. It's great for scooting with all the paths as well. Their seasonal events are usually very good (there's often something going on during half-terms and holidays) and we went to the jousting last year which was brilliant.

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