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Christmas at Blenheim Palace

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Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire
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See the Blenheim Palace website for costs

It’s never too late to plan the perfect family day out and Christmas gives us all an excuse to get together. Christmas at Blenheim Palace is back this year with all new trails and an exquisitely themed palace interior. Firmly positioned as a highlight of the UK festive calendar, take a walk through the Palace’s picture-perfect gardens as millions of lights and seasonal sounds fill the air. Discover glittering tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections, and trees covered in coloured jewels.

If you’re looking for a moment of reflection, why not gaze into the mesmerising flames in the fire garden and ponder the awe-inspiring light illuminations? Be on the lookout for Father Christmas along the way and allow yourself to be drawn by the aromas of street food all provided by talented street food vendors. To complete the festive atmosphere, finish your walk under the stars with warm hot chocolate, coffee, tea or mulled wine.

New for 2022, explore the palace rooms. Each one has been exquisitely transformed and filled with hidden surprises. Discover the Kingdom of the Snow Queen re-imagined inside Britain’s greatest palace. It’s set to be a Christmas extravganser you and your loved ones will never forget.

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