Christmas at Blenheim Tickets and Dates

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CHRISTMAS AT BLENHEIM is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 106.
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The Great Outdoors made magical?? It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas when the trees, Great Lake and waterfalls of Blenheim Palace are playfully lit and all aglow. There's something for everyone at this festive time of year as the one mile sparkling path winds its way through the world-famous Parkland in a magical after dark experience. This year, the new 2017 trail is a winter wonderland inspired by the landscape itself. Greeted by the sights and sounds of Christmas, wander beneath unique tree canopies drenched in seasonal colour dripping with shards of light, larger-than-life snowflakes and baubles. Follow the path down towards Santa's Christmas Workshop, through the twinkling tunnel and between the fibre optic waterfall that flows gently into the Great Lake where hundreds of brightly coloured boats ebb and flow. In the distance, flaming plumes flicker as the mesmerising Cascade of Fire springs to life in time to much-loved Christmas classics. As you walk back towards the Palace, wander among Singing Trees rising high into the night sky and onto Mistletoe Moment festooned by a canopy of over 100,000 pea-lights - don't forget to watch out for Santa and his Elves along the way. Why not complete your stroll under the stars with spiced cider, mulled wine or hot chocolate whilst the aroma of roasting chestnuts fills the air. Gather to toast your own marshmallows at one of the fire pits, ride the vintage Carousel and enjoy other traditional fare before browsing Blenheim Palace's well stocked gift shop.

What people are saying about Christmas at Blenheim

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blenheim at christmas My family and i throughly enjoyed the whole experience at Blenheim at christmas and found it to be very good value for money. Would definately go again.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lighting up Christmas A magical event for all the family. I will definitely be going again Christmas 2018
Date published: 2018-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Such a long wait I was so looking forward to this event, but due to the snow we had,had the walk way was very muddy. I am disabled and walk with a crutch, so found this hard going at times. When we got to the curtain lights there was a long cue and took us 3/4 of an hour to get through, due to selfies being taken, if I had known that we could have walked round, I would have.We had gone on the 8pm slot, so when we eventually got out everything was closing, so we had no food or drink which I was very upset about. This was all due to that wait at the curtain lights. So this spoilt my night. The lights themselves were lovely.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow what an amazing experience!! What an amazing display and a night to remember as my husband and I walked around in awe!! Definitely will book for 2018 bringing all family members so they too can share the expeience. Highly recommend despite the cold.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice Walk I went to this advent as I had friends visiting from America and I wanted to get into the festive spirit. I was disappointed that the elves did not come out of their workshop to dance for us. It was a nice display but wouldn't be something I would go back to again.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lights in life This marvellous display of nature enhanced by creative and subtle lighting designs was a wonderful start to the year. An enchanted garden which took me straight back to my childhood where my grandmother taught me to look for the magic in plants and trees, and those magical creatures (fairies and elves, etc.) who tend them. Thank you for allowing me the privilege of witnessing the quiet dignity of your gardens.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Magical Christmas experience Went to this event with grandchildren it was a great way to spend Christmas Eve. excellent experience was had by all.
Date published: 2018-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from helping the disabled making it easier for them and there carers Could be more wheelchair and disable friendly 1) I was told it would be quite by a member for the Blenheim staff via telephone a few weeks before when I booked the tickets and it would be very quick to walk around at the time of 8 pm, that's why we went so late, but It was still so busy, that it would of been better to go earlier in the day, it took forever to get round the trail and in the end my brain damaged child fell asleep because it got so late. he missed a lot at middle and the end for the trail. 2) Was very hard getting the wheelchair up the hill with the ached lights at the beginning for the trail there was no ached light on the lower level which we were told we could take instead, what is the point in that??? I wanted my son in a wheelchair to experience the lights like everyone else can, it seemed unfair that you put the arched lights on the hill making if hard work for the carer to push the disable person up a VERY high hill in a wheelchair, if you put arched lights also on the lower level as well that would make it more wheelchair friendly. You have frames just pass the food vans so people can take there photo in a frame with all the lights behind them, but yet again you were not thinking about people in wheelchairs. it was to high for my son to have his photo taken in his wheelchair. Found it unfair that my child with brain damage had to wait in clue with people that are able to experience the trail better more then a disabled person could, when waiting to go thought the hanging lights (which my the way if fantastic sensory experience) at the end of the trail, my son Oliver was getting cold as he can not walk around and keep himself warm like able people, people in wheelchairs get very cold due to the limit of not being able to walk and keep their blood circulation. I will come again as it great sensory for my son, but I think that if there is a brain damage child or disable person that cant do a lot then they should not have to stay in a long clue in the rain to and wait for a nice sensory experience, the staff did not let us go in front and they could see that my son Oliver had acute disabilities.
Date published: 2018-01-04
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