Blenheim Palace

One of the grandest private houses in the world.

One of the grandest private houses in the world.

Blenheim Palace is perhaps the most magnificent home in Southern England hence its designation as a Palace rather than simply a house or hall.  Birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and sumptuously decorated it is a sight to behold.  The vast estate is equally breathtaking with numerous gardens and lawns as well as the glorious landscaped surroundings by renowned landscapist Capability Brown; this is a visit not to be missed.  There are regular exhibitions here and sometimes even live jousting and sword fighting!

Optional excursion to a nearby church and the burial of Britains most famous Prime Minster and wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill and then on to the magical and mysterious ruins of Minster Lovell Hall in rural Oxfordshire. Once visited by King Richard III.  This ruined hall is a great example of the condition of many of Great Britains buildings either ruined by war or left to fall to ruin following family hardship but not many have the backdrop of the River Windrush.

Magical, mysterious ruins at Minster Lovell Hall in Oxfordshire.

Magical, mysterious ruins at Minster Lovell Hall in Oxfordshire.

Adult Prices per person including entry fees (child prices available upon request).

Departure Time:8 am
City Location: Blenheim Palace
Duration of Tour: 7 hours
(Approximate times as all tours are bespoke)

Adult Prices per person including entry fees (child prices available upon request).

1 Adult = £180

2 Adults = £175

3 Adults = £170

4 Adults = £150

For more information or to make a booking, please email yeoldeenglandtours@gmail.com

 

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