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Home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill,, Blenheim Palace is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture that boasts over 300 years of history to discover. This World Heritage Site is set within more than...more
All reviews annual pass winston churchill butterfly house untold story day ticket formal gardens flower show christmas lights the secret garden pleasure gardens state rooms at no extra cost stately home modern art gift shop grounds are beautiful entrance fee
Excellent value for money if you convert tesco voucher and then convert you ticket to an annual pass at no extra charge. Great audio tour of the house which was enjoyed my all ages from 10 to 70. The little train from Palace to pleasure...More
The architecture is breathtaking and the art within is amazing. Too much to see in one day, but we managed both the upstairs and downstairs tours, along with the Turner exhibition. The grounds are stunning and the staff are so well educated on the history...More
This is a very large palace in enormous grounds and the car park is some way from the house so wear sensible shoes. If mobility is a problem you can drop off passengers next the the house and if you have a blue badge you...More
We have been to the Palace on a few occasions, and have enjoyed the experience.
We wanted to see the display of Winston Churchill’s painting, having previously visited his home at Chartwell in Kent.
What a disappointment ONLY 12 paintings displayed in one small corner...More
Decided to visit on our way to Oxford as its a place I've always wanted to visit. I feel the £27 entrance fee is rather steep. I did upgrade for free to the annual pass (although the likely hood of me returning is pretty slim....More
The most interesting part of Blenheim Palace is how much of a footnote Winston Churchill was in its long history. We bypassed the audio tour, choosing to engage with the many guides dotted around the property. They were only too happy to give us interesting...More
We exchanged our tickets for annual passes and visited Blenheim over two days. This allowed us to fully explore the grounds and palace at our leisure. The audio headsets are really helpful when touring the palace as are the staff. Lots to see and learn...More
It’s a nice building and clearly parts are under renovation which is necessary but unfortunate. The tour of the palace was good but not very well thought out when it came to the Churchill rooms which were cramped and claustrophobic. The staff could have done...More
Beautiful palace on such a grand scale. Part of your entrance ticket givez you audio headsets so you get a guided tour round. Each room is rather opulent and the family has their Christmas dinner in one each year. The surrounding gardens are by Capability...More