When darkness falls, you’re in for a scare this autumn half-term Halloween at Blenheim Palace, featuring new thrills and chills for 2023.
As Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, there’s a chill in the air at Blenheim Palace, where ghosts, ghouls and witches get ready to deliver a whole host of tricks and treats along a spooktacular trail.
Wander from dusk into darkness and through the spooky spider tunnel to be surprised by fantastic fire performers as you watch out for the headless horseman emerging from the mist.
Discover scary scarecrows, listen to the werewolves’ howl and dodge the grinning pumpkins as you approach the vampire crypt but beware, you don’t know what fanged monster lurks inside….
After all the spooky goings on, there’s a delicious twist with the sweetest of treats on offer. Enjoy a fiendishly good hot toddy* or devilishly decadent hot chocolate* and toast a marshmallow or two.
Your very spookiest Halloween starts here!
Join in the Halloween madness, and don’t forget to dress up, you never know, and you may even want to do a little scaring yourself!
Tickets are available for purchase through See Tickets (link above). Blenheim Palace Annual Passes do not permit access to the evening trail.
Entry to the trail does not permit access to the Palace, Park and Gardens in the daytime. For a daytime visit, separate tickets must be purchased.
Adult Standard – £18.00
Child (3-16 years) Standard – £14.00
Infant (0-2 years) Standard – £0.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children) Standard – £61.00
Carer Standard – £0.00
Off Peak tickets:
Adult Off Peak – £15.00
Child (3-16 Years) Off Peak – £10.00
Infant (0-2 Years) Off Peak – £0.00
Family (2 adults & 2 children) Off Peak – £47.00
Carer Off Peak – £0.00
From 5.30pm with last entry at 9.00pm
No Blenheim Palace discounts apply to tickets, this includes NHS, Blue Light, green travel, partner codes or Tesco vouchers.
Dogs are not allowed, except guide dogs and registered disability assistance dogs.
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