What to expect from Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace
Following the launch of its biggest family-themed attraction to date, Blenheim Palace has announced one free Adventure Play ticket for every Palace, Park and Gardens ticket or Annual Pass purchased between 17 August and 20 October 2023.
Ideal for families who want to come and join in the fun whilst exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site, visitors can claim their free visit when booking and let the kids' imaginations run wild in the series of immersive interconnecting zones with secret chambers, clamber nets, tunnels, slides, rope bridges and giant carrots!
Covering a site larger than a football pitch, the new £3.6 million outdoor experience located within the historic Walled Garden celebrates the rich heritage of the 18th century baroque Palace, inspired by real-life features including the lakeside Boat House and Hensington Gateway. Adventure Play has been carefully designed and created to ensure children of all abilities from the ages of 2 to 12 years old are able to explore and enjoy the extensive play area.
What’s more, when you travel to Blenheim Palace by public transport, bicycle or fully electric car, you are eligible for a 30% discount off your Annual Pass or Palace, Park and Gardens day ticket (this discount is not valid for Privilege Pass or Park and Gardens tickets). Use the code GREEN30 for discount during online checkout and show your proof of travel by bus, train or bike on arrival.
Buy an Annual Pass or Palace, Park and Garden ticket and get one free visit to Adventure Play. This offer applies to renewing and new Annual Pass Holders only.
When is Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace?
The Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace free ticket offer is available until 20 October 2023.
How to get to Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace sits at the edge of the picturesque town of Woodstock in Oxfordshire. Travel to Oxford with GWR and you'll be hopping along in no time.
There are two direct trains an hour from London Paddington, and frequent services across the network with a change at Reading or Didcot Parkway. Then jump on the number 7 or S3 bus from Oxford Station to Blenheim Palace. Alternatively take the train direct to Hanborough Station and connect onto the free shuttle bus direct to Blenheim Palace.
Please check your journey before travelling.