Blenheim Palace

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by Conrad - 30 November -1

Location: Oxford Road, Oxford

Daily 10am-6pm (varies with attractions)


A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Blenheim Palace is one of Oxfordshire and England’s favourite tourist attractions. Built in the early 18th Century, the palace is one of the nation’s largest and most important houses. The palace offers guided tours and exhibitions that will keep you entertained for hours. After you’ve taken a tour of the palace, venture outside and enjoy a stroll around the expansive park in which it is set, home to beautiful gardens and an impressive lake. Here you may recognise a huge old cedar tree, used in a flashback scene from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Tickets to visit the Palace, Park and Gardens range from £12.50 for children to £23.00 for adults.

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