Welcome on our tour to Blenheim Palace & Woodstock.
Visit Britain's Greatest Palace
Birthplace of Winston Churchill
Entrance included in tour price plus audio guide in many languages
See the "Harry Potter" tree
Guided walking tour in Woodstock, time for lunch and maybe visit the Oxfordshire County Museum
Various events happening through the year including medieval jousting, food festivals and classic car shows
Student Top Attractions in Bath
08:15 Bournemouth departure
10:30 Oxford departure
11:00 Blenheim Palace entrance
Ticket included to explore the gardens, park and inside the palace
12:45 Woodstock optional guided walking tour
After this walk would be a good time for lunch or refreshment
Free time to explore Woodstock, Oxfordshire Museum or Blenheim Palace
15:30 Departure to return
16:00 Oxford finish
18:00 Bournemouth finish
Blenheim Palace is the home of the Duke of Duchess of Marlborough and the only non-royal country house in England to hold the title of "palace". The palace was built between 1705 and 1722. Blenheim Palace was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
It has been the home to the Churchill family for about 300 years and was the birthplace of Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Britain during World War II. It is one of the most impressive houses in all of England.
Outside the gates of the palace is the lovely historic town of Woodstock. In the past it was a coach stop around the Royal Hunting Lodge, which later became the site of Blenheim Palace. Woodstock is home to the Oxfordshire Museum which explores the county's history and importance. There are many excellent cafes, pubs and restaurants to have lunch.
Entrance ticket to Blenheim Palace, Park & Gardens
Audio guide in multiple languages free to use inside Blenheim Palace
Tour guide and walking tour into Woodstock
Free time for sights, shops, museums & attractions