Make it a Christmas to remember at Blenheim Palace at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock

19th November 2021 - 2nd January 2022

Overview

Make it a Christmas to remember at Blenheim Palace. New for 2021, explore the Palace rooms, each one exquisitely transformed and filled with hidden surprises. It's a fairy tale world where nothing is quite as it seems, from a dashing Nutcracker Prince and an army of mice to a Sugar Plum Fairy and a music box with a difference. Soak up the yuletide atmosphere at the Christmas Market taking place beneath the stunning backdrop of the baroque Oxfordshire Palace, from 19 November-19 December 2021.
The traditional wooden chalets will be showcasing a range of festive treats from designer makers and artisan food and drink producers.
Entry to the market is free. Parking charges apply. As darkness falls take a stroll around the Palace's picture perfect gardens lit up with over a million lights and lasers. Discover glittering tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections and trees drenched in jewel like colour. Gaze up at larger than life illuminations and don't forget to glimpse Father Christmas along the way.
Your very merriest Christmas starts here. Limited capacity with timed entry. Plan now to secure the date and time of your choice.

Advanced Admission Tickets From: Adult £50 Concessions: £48.50 Child (Age 3-16) £30 and Family £140 (2 adults and 2 children

Annual Pass Holders*: Adult £21.50, Child (Age 3- 16) £15 and Family £70 (2 adults and 2 children).
*Annual Pass Holders enter into the Palace at the standard rate after 4pm
Carers and children aged 2 and under free
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Parking £10. Must be booked in advance

URLs:
Website: https://go.evvnt.com/784300-0?pid=5503
Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/784300-1?pid=5503

Category: Kids / Family

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Time

Time: 10:00 am to 8:30 pm

Price

Price:
Advance ticket Admission from : GBP 50.00

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