Christmas at Blenheim Palace

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Christmas at Blenheim Palace is back and it doesn’t disappoint. The fact that you can convert your ticket to a free annual pass makes it even more value for money. As you enter the outer courtyard between the Gift Shop and Orangery you’ll find a classic carousel and retro helter skelter, along with a couple of food stalls.

The Christmas light trail at Blenheim Palace

It’s the most wonderful time of the year when over a million lights, lasers and seasonal sounds fill the air with festive fun through the Palace’s picture-perfect gardens. Look forward to some together time with family and friends as you discover glittering tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections and trees drenched in jewel-like colour. For a moment of reflection pause at mesmerising flickering flames in the fire garden, gaze up at the larger-than-life illuminations and don’t forget to catch a glimpse of Father Christmas along the way.



The story of The Nutcracker re-imagined

Explore the Palace rooms, each one exquisitely transformed and filled with hidden surprises – from the toymaker’s workshop on a frosty Christmas Eve; through the glistening Land of Snow and onto the candy-cane Kingdom of Sweets adorned with the sweetest of treats and larger-than-life gingerbread men. 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. This fantastical winter wonderland is where the magic really begins….

The Christmas Market at Blenheim Palace

The Christmas Market at Blenheim Palace is in the courtyard just outside of the front door of the palace. There are aroud 70 stalls all selling festive ware as well as food and drinks.

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