Blenheim Palace is situated in the picturesque and historic town of Woodstock, 8 miles North West of Oxford on the A44 Evesham Road, and approximately an hour's drive from both London and Birmingham. Stratford-upon-Avon is only 45 minutes drive away.
Approaching Oxford on the M40, exit at junction 9 and follow signs to Blenheim. From other directions take the A44 exit from the Oxford by-pass. There is unlimited free car parking for cars and coaches.
Please use the postcode OX20 1PP.
The nearest British Rail main line station is Oxford. The number 20 bus runs from there to Woodstock at approximately 30 minute intervals.
There is disabled access throughout Living Crafts for Christmas. Blenheim Palace itself has wheelchair ramps in place to avoid any steps. All routes from next to the disabled car park to the show, the Palace and other facilities are on hard surfaces.
The main public car park is on grass but with only a short walk to a road. It is then about a 300m stroll to the main Flagstaff entrance of Blenheim Palace. The parking is free and a complimentary Shuttle Bus will also be running to and from the Palace entrance.
Take a break and relax in the Water Terrace Café, the Oxfordshire Pantry, specialising in delicious local produce, the Orangery, overlooking the beautiful Italian Garden or treat yourself to Afternoon Tea. And don’t forget the Champagne Bar! Winter warmers, hot chestnuts and other festive treats can also be found around the Courtyards.
Admission includes access to the romantic park and beautiful gardens created by the famous landscape gardener Capability Brown. Admire the winter formality of the Italian Gardens and the Water Terraces with their glorious fountains and enjoy a walk around the extensive parkland.
Dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds and parkland but are not allowed in the exhibition halls or the immediate vicinity of the Palace.