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Blenheim Palace

1 - 4 August 2019

Blenheim Palace

VISIT Blenheim Palace

1 - 4 August 2019

BBC Countryfile Live is returning to Blenheim Palace from the 1-4 August 2019. 2019 will see two events being staged on 1–4 August at Blenheim Palace and 2 weeks later at Castle Howard.

Blenheim is a hugely diverse business with a duty to preserve their legacy, a responsibility to continually evolve, and a need to sustain the strong connection with the community. The birthplace of Sir Winston Churchhill, Blenheim Palace was built in the early 18th Century to celebrate a magnificent victory over the French in the War of the Spanish Succession.

Today, the Palace attracts visitors from around the world and is a filming location, a venue for weddings and events, as well as a producer and supplier of Natural Mineral Water. Blenheim Estate is rich in forestry and farming practices, a landowner and construction business with a portfolio of residential and commercial properties. 

'Our duty is to leave a lasting legacy for this great Estate to be enjoyed by future generations'

Blenheim Palace


Getting to Blenheim Palace Car Free

At a glance:

1. Take the train to Oxford or Oxford Parkway

2. Hop on a frequent bus to Blenheim Place

3. Enjoy 10 minute stroll through park to Palace

4. Show your bus or train ticket for 30% off entry into Blenheim Palace (not Countryfile Live)
*Only available for tickets purchased on-site and with bus or train tickets. 

For more information including step-by-step public transport instructions click here

Getting to Blenheim Palace by Car

Blenheim Palace is located eight miles north-west of Oxford, on the A44 Evesham Road. The Palace is signposted from junction nine of the M40. If you are using satellite navigation, please use the postcode OX20 1UL.

When visiting by car, please be aware that a 20mph speed limit applies across the Estate. 

Car parking is available to all visitors for £6 and available in advance or on the door.

Forward parking is available for £10 in advance only. A limited number of these places are available, allowing you to park closer to the entrance. This offer is on a first come first served basis.

There is dedicated disabled parking for blue badge holders. Please follow signs for the Blue Badge car park if you require this. All visitors must purchase a car parking pass.

Getting to Blenheim Palace by Bus

The S3 bus from Oxford to Woodstock runs every 30 minutes from Oxford train station and Oxford's Gloucester Green bus station to the gates of Blenheim Palace. Please ask the bus driver to identify the appropriate stop.

The 7 bus from Oxford to Woodstock runs from Oxford train station and George street via Oxford Parkway to the gates of Blenheim Palace.

Oxford Bus Company's 500 service leaves from Oxford Parkway and stops at Blenheim Palace and Woodstock. Show your bus ticket at the gate to receive a 30% discount on entry. Ask the driver for more details, or check the leaflets on board.

For the timetable and more information on the route, visit or There is no direct bus service from Bicester to Woodstock.

For more information on finding Blenheim Palace, please visit their website