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Tickets go on sale for Christmas as Blenheim 2024

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as Blenheim Palace announces the first tickets have been released for the much-loved Christmas at Blenheim Palace.

Image credit: Blenheim Palace/Rikard Osterlund

The hugely popular spectacular will feature a brand new illuminated outdoor trail for 2024 and a swashbuckling new adventure within the State Rooms.

What: Christmas at Blenheim Palace –
Neverland in the Palace and outdoor Illuminated trail

When: From: 15 November 2024 to 1 January 2025

Why Visit: Discover a world like no other, created for all the family to enjoy.

Admission: Limited capacity with timed entry, early booking advised.

Indoor (standard): Adults £38; Child (3-16) £22;
Family (2 adults & 2 children): £99

Outdoor trail from (off-peak): Adults £21.50; Child (3-16) £16;

Family £72.

Combined (off-peak): Adult £59.50; Child (3-16) £38; Family £171

Parking after 10am: £10.

For full pricing and ticket information visit tickets.blenheimpalace.com

Website: www.blenheimpalace.com
Address: Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. OX20 1UL

Image credit: Blenheim Palace/© Photography by Jake Davis

Dominic Hare, Blenheim Palace CEO, said: “Following hot on the heels of our hugely successful Christmas season last year, we’re thrilled to announce that our fantastic ongoing partnership with Sony Music will once again enable us to reveal the beauty of the Palace and grounds in a unique way. This year we’re delighted to be able to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) in presenting Neverland as our indoor theme for 2024.”

See the world-renowned gardens in a spectacular different light, with seasonal sounds filling the night air and you can even expect to see a glimpse of Father Christmas along the way!

Inside the State Rooms, visitors will embark on an unforgettable journey through Neverland in the Palace, which will be bursting with magic and make-believe. Follow Tinkerbell as she sprinkles fairy dust over baubles and Christmas trees, wander through a moonlit London skyline, and on to the Mermaid Lagoon.

Last year Christmas as Blenheim Palace followed the story of Sleeping Beauty has been reimagined with a contemporary twist. Visitors also explored the Great Court which hosted an artisan Christmas market.

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