Now open, new Echoes of the Blitz: Underground shelters in Ukraine and London photography exhibition at London Transport Museum
Images above: Echoes of the Blitz: Underground shelters in Ukraine and London exhibition. Visitors included…
Come and join us for the prestigious Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, between Thursday 14th – Sunday 17th September. We are offering you 50% off general admission entry tickets to the horse trials if you use the code BlenheimFriend1.
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials has not only world class equestrian action but also masterclasses and demonstrations, and a shopping experience like no other, full of your favourite equestrian, rural and lifestyle brands. You can also upgrade your experience with various hospitality options including a picnic bench by the lake and luxury hampers to enjoy.
This offer is for an unlimited number of general admission tickets and ends Wednesday 13th September 2023 at 23:59. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
The completion of the three year Lake Dredge has seen a total of 300,000 metres cubed of silt removed from the Queen Pool! The Queen Pool loop is now open for visitors to fully experience ‘The Finest View in England’ and the public right of ways will be fully open before mid-September.
The Lake Dredge was one of the biggest projects Blenheim has undertaken to date at over £5-million. This is only made possible through your visits, which allows us to complete vital conservation across the Palace and the Estate
The Halloween at Blenheim Palace
Friday 20th – Sunday 29th October 2023
Beware…as Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, there’s a chill in the air at Blenheim Palace. Ghosts, ghouls and witches get ready to deliver a whole host of tricks and treats along a spooktacular trail…so don’t be afraid, book now.
Blenheim Palace is bursting with history. At the start of the Second World War, the Palace was requisitioned, and the 10th Duke welcomed 400 boys evacuated from their school, Malvern College. During that time, the Palace was also used by MI5 and the British Council, and of course, everyone who lived and worked on the Estate contributed to the war effort in some way.