Children go free for a year at Britain’s greatest palace
Kickstart 2023 with an amazing 12-month 'kids go free' offer to Britain's Greatest Palace. To help families enjoy a year of magical memories, and a great idea for a family moon, Blenheim Palace is including a free child Annual Pass (for those aged three to 16 years) with every adult Annual Pass when booked before 31st March 2023*
With so much to see and do, the extraordinary Oxfordshire UNESCO World Heritage Site is much more than just a day out and there's plenty to keep the kids busy throughout the seasons. From nature trails passing ancient woodlands and adventures through the two-mile long Marlborough Maze to a fun for all ages miniature train ride, Blenheim's 2,000 acres of 'Capability' Brown landscaped parkland provide the perfect backdrop for a family day out.
Keen-eyed youngsters will also be able to take on the new Mouse Trail in 2023. Follow the map through the Palace and Gardens looking for clues along the way! Once you have explored the great outdoors, it's time to head inside the magnificent palace to discover a host of child-friendly activities that really bring the 18th-century architectural marvel to life. Don't miss the Churchill exhibition dedicated to Blenheim's most famous son, Sir Winston Churchill, and his enduring relationship with the place he was born, got engaged and is buried. Plus, learn about the role horses have had at Blenheim throughout the centuries – from thoroughbred racehorses to working ponies – in the fascinating Stables interactive exhibition based in the Palace's historic stable yard.
Once you've worked up an appetite, delight in pizza in the Walled Garden or a cosy bite to eat in The Stables Café using local produce from across Oxfordshire. Annual Pass holders can also enjoy a jam-packed calendar of free events throughout the year from the 'Easter Eggstravaganza' to spectacular medieval jousting tournaments.
Tickets are valid for a whole year from the day you select to visit To find out more and to purchase an annual pass visit www.blenheimpalace.com