Blenheim Palace is not only an iconic part of history. It is also a living, ever-changing experience, with a wealth of sporting and cultural events throughout the year. Here you’ll find what’s on at Blenheim Palace. Tickets and booking are available on the Blenheim Palace website.
Giffords Circus is back in 2022 with a brand-new show ¡Carpa! – a type of theatre that flourished in the 1920s and 1930s in Mexico and the southwestern states in America.
A spooktacular Children’s Afternoon Tea, available to book alongside your tickets. Ghost gingerbread biscuit, Twit-twoo owl cupcake, Milk chocolate waffle witch hat and Spooks eyeball jelly, with drinks, including Dracula punch.
A spooktacular Afternoon Tea perfect for adults, available to book alongside your tickets. With savoury snacks, scones and cakes and a selection of Jing loose teas and cocktails to enjoy.
After months of staying indoors watching movies on the small screen, it’s time to head outside for an unforgettable big-screen experience at the Luna Open-Air Cinema at Blenheim Palace.
Blenheim Palace is hosting a range of iconic photographs by British fashion and portrait photographer Cecil Beaton best known for his elegant photographs of high society. The exhibition is displayed in the Palace State Rooms.
Join hundreds of motoring enthusiasts in the celebration of classic American vehicles, with more than 400 motor cars, trucks and bikes on display in the Parkland at Blenheim Palace.
The UK’s largest and fastest-growing festival devoted to dogs and their owners is bringing its unique brand of family-friendly canine fun and games to Blenheim Palace.
After spending months inside you’ll be able to enjoy a classic movie on the big screen in a social distanced and safe Drive-In setting in the comfort of your own car.
Back-to-basics 3 and 5 day residential camping experiences for children aged 8 – 14 years held in safari-style tented camps in the heart of Blenheim’s historic woodland.