Win an annual Family Pass to Blenheim Palace

Prize Draw

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Blenheim PalaceHome to the Dukes of Marlborough since 1704, Blenheim Palace was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

Steeped in history, the magnificent Palace is surrounded by over 2,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland and beautiful Formal Gardens. 

We’ve teamed up with Blenheim Palace to offer you the chance to win a family ticket, which includes access to the Palace State Rooms, Park and Formal Gardens and the fascinating exhibitions which bring history to life. 

A true masterpiece of Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace delivers an awe-inspiring experience.

Let’s Misbehave – Blenheim Palace in the 1920sTravel back in time to the Roaring Twenties as Blenheim Palace invites bright young things to a magnificent party celebrating this famously decadent decade. Running from 15 February to 13 April, ‘Let’s Misbehave – Blenheim Palace in the 1920s’ is a fascinating insight into the heady world of the upper classes in a time of great social, artistic and political change. The exhibition showcases the Marlborough’s lavish lifestyle in a series of tableaux within the Palace’s elegant State Rooms.

Blenheim Palace serves fabulously British food sourced locally and made fresh on site every day. Why not treat yourself to Afternoon Tea served in the beautiful Orangery Restaurant overlooking the private Italian Gardens?

How to enter the prize draw

To be in with a chance of winning the Annual Family pass, tell us why you would like to visit Blenheim Palace and why you consider it to be a special place by adding a comment below.

The competition closes on 31 January 2020 and the winner will be advised in early February.

Visit www.blenheimpalace.com for more information and opening times.

Terms and Conditions: Prize includes a family ticket for the winner and 3 guests to visit Blenheim Palace, Parkland & Gardens. Prize tickets must be presented on arrival at Blenheim Palace. Prize ticket can be converted on the day to a FREE Annual Pass allowing entry to Blenheim Palace, Parkland and Gardens for up to 12 months from conversion.Entry to externally organised events is not included in an Annual Pass.Prizes are not transferable and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer.Travel costs are not included.There are no cash alternatives.


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  • robertd4
    about 9 hours ago
    Its a beautiful looking building and my wife would love to visit
  • WiltshireWanderer
    about 20 hours ago
    My wife and I have never visited Blenheim Palace but attended Countryfile Live last year which was held in the grounds of Blenheim Palace. We could see the Palace over the fence in the distance and it looked magical!!!
    So we would love to win this prize and visit Blenheim Palace for the first time.
  • Elisheba
    7 days ago
    I would love to visit Blenheim! Living near to Chartwell Where Churchill lived in his latter years & visited often (my mother was a National Trust tour guide there) -,I would Love to visit his birthplace to further my knowledge of his upbringing!
  • boats12
    7 days ago
    Blenheim is somewhere I visited as a child and I remember it as a very exciting day out.
  • GypsyWanderer
    10 days ago
    How could one day at Blenheim Palace ever be enough? Having seen 'The Favourite' it would be wonderful to visit the palace Queen Anne commissioned as a gift and explore the 300 years of history and birth place of Sir Winston Churchill.
    Many many years ago I visited the gardens with my then young family. How wonderful it would be to return and explore the Unesco World Heritage Palace at leisure, visiting regularly, joining all the tours, upstairs, downstairs, and the State Rooms. And then the gardens, with maze and butterfly house, and the extensive parkland designed by Capability Brown.
    And then all the different cultural and fun events held at the Palace. Who knows, I may even take part in fun run. A year of laughter, smiles, and love to share at the Palace.
  • Ball
    12 days ago
    I visited Blenheim Palace as a child, which was a long time ago (nearly 60 years) so the only lasting memory I have is of the sight of such a magnificent building. Your article has brought that memory to life and winning the prize draw would provide an excellent opportunity to rekindle that memory and absorb the history of the palace and drink in the beauty of the formal gardens. This would be a day to treasure for the memory box.
  • JanMF
    14 days ago
    Your article is so interesting and indeed Blenheim palace is another jewel in England’s history and heritage ....this will have to be on one of our places to visit this year ...what a great prize for the winner to experience all that Blenheim has to offer Thankyou !!
  • HeatherandSteve
    16 days ago
    Never had the opportunity to visit Blenheim Palace as living in Northern Ireland it is not on our door step, so winning this competition would give us the reason to stay in the area then we could review the Palace, surround hotels and other amenities
  • Greggo39
    17 days ago
    It was where Winston Churchill was born and is buried nearby . It has loads of history and lovely gardens to walk through .
  • Suze49
    18 days ago
    Went years ago with late husband and thoroughly enjoyed the visit...would love to show partner round there
  • Brizy83
    19 days ago
    Blenheim Palace is a magnificent building with wonderful grounds and an undeniably special place in British history. It houses many wonderful treasures and it is close enough to where we live to make visiting several times over the course of a year possible. Seeing the grounds in different seasons would be spectacular while there is so much to see inside the palace that several visits are needed to truly appreciate it
  • Swinford
    20 days ago
    On my list of magnificent places to visit, friends who have done so highly recommend it. Would be even better to be able to visit and see the seasonal changes
  • Dibob
    20 days ago
    A place I have always wanted to visit, interested in the History of the house and its previous inhabitants especially Winston Churchill and his descendants. Thanks for the opportunity: Hope I am lucky
  • SilverTravelUser_3279
    20 days ago
    A great prize. On my bucket list because of the history, gardens and food. Have heard great things about it. Typical- I ve seen lots of UNESCO sites, but not one on my doorstep.!
  • Peteb
    21 days ago
    My wife and I live in north Hampshire not that away from Blenheim. We have always wanted to visit Blenheim but have never managed too. The history of this Palace and I believe the beautiful grounds require numerous visits so that it can all be taken in.
  • Rowsie
    21 days ago
    I would love to take my family to Blenheim Palace. My 14 year old grandson loves libraries and spends a lot of time in his local one. I would like to see his face if he visited the library in Blenheim Palace which, I believe, holds over 10,000 books!
  • jswton
    21 days ago
    We enjoy visiting country homes and gardens throughout the year and at different sesons so blenheim gardens is one that is still on list to see.
  • Pamjd
    21 days ago
    The last time I went to Blenheim was to attend the Countryfile Fair so didn’t have time to visit the house. It would be wonderful to win some free tickets. Thank you for the competition.
  • Hunter
    21 days ago
    Love an opportunity to discover it's past and it's habitat!
  • DavidC67
    21 days ago
    When I last went to Blenheim in December,2018,they had a fabulous Illuminated Trail. I would love to be able to return and see this year`s(I missed 2019.) There is a hotel nearby where I could stay with my disabled friend.
  • MeMyselfI
    21 days ago
    We would like to visit Blenheim Place because it is a special place that we have never been to.
  • barney
    23 days ago
    We have never been, however would so love to visit. The house and grounds look fascinating and have heard great reviews from people who have been.I love anything regarding Winston Churchills life, so to visit his actual birthplace would be marvellous.
  • dragonfly63
    23 days ago
    My son and daughter in law live not far away from Blenheim so we would have a place to stay for numerous visits during the year. The history, heritage and beauty of this Palace have long been calling me to visit and when we spend a week dog sitting at the end of January/ beginning of February I intend to remedy this. However I often find that visiting an interesting place throws up lots of questions and queries after we have left meaning a second visit (or more) are a necessity, an annual pass would fit the bill nicely.
  • 1234mll
    23 days ago
    Went there this summer with a friend but for the flower show so I would love to take my hubby and to go around the house. Looks beautiful. Could make an overnight stay o& it. Gluk all.
  • BarbieV
    23 days ago
    I have never been and it looks a really interesting house and garden.
    I would love to have the chance to see it.