Steeped in inspirational history, Blenheim Palace is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture. Blenheim’s rich past is brought to life by moving figures and innovative projection technology. The Palace is set in over two thousand acres of parkland and formal gardens which include the world’s second largest hedge maze.
Blenheim Palace is a respected UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to its array of ancient exhibits, including the famous Long Library with over 10,000 books. It’s not all ancient history however, as visitors can also discover the role Blenheim Palace has played throughout Britain’s history. Following an in-depth, insightful journey around the palace groups can relax over a traditional pub lunch in picturesque Woodstock.