Blenheim Palace Chauffeur

Visit Blenheim Palace in style

Safety. Comfort. Style.

Let our experienced chauffeurs guide you to the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough, Blenheim Palace. Situated in Woodstock, Oxfordshire it was built between 1705 and 1722. One of England’s largest houses, and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

Following the palace’s completion, it became the home of the Churchill (later Spencer-Churchill) family for the next 300 years, and various members of the family have wrought changes to the interiors, park and gardens.

Blenheim Palace Ceiling

Blenheim Palace Tour

Tour the Palace, Park and Gardens. Explore the gilded State Rooms with their priceless collections of art. Discover the Formal Gardens and journey through the styles of the ages. Enjoy the Butterfly House in the Walled Garden. Explore the locations of TV and Film at Blenheim Palace on the Lights, Camera, Action! Trail.

Salon Privé

Concours d'Elégance, Ladies’ Day, Club only, plus Classic & Supercar

The Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance presents more than 100 cars and motorcycles. Treasured Edwardian era vehicles joined by some of the rarest and most valuable grand tourers, classic sports racers, and racing legends. Nestled alongside the world’s most jaw-dropping supercars and concepts from the present and future. As a Concours, the reputation of Salon Privé precedes it, with no other event in the UK rivalling the sensational venue, hospitality, brands on display and show-stopping array of classic cars.

Salon Privé Ladies’ Day is the occasion to see and be seen with hats of every shape and size dotted all over the lawn.

Salon Privé Club Trophy – The Largest Club-Only Event in the UK

As a grand finale to Salon Privé Week, the lawns open to the public, and welcome thousands to enjoy the UK’s most impressive super and hyper cars, alongside classic specialists and luxury brands.

Salon Privé Car at Blenheim Palace

Shot at Blenheim Palace

Explore the locations of tv and film at Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens have been used as a location for many exciting feature films and television programmes. Films include:

007 Spectre (2014), Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation, Fan (2015), The Royals (2014), The Young Victoria (2008), Dolittle (2020), Gulliver’s Travels (2010), Entrapment (1999), Cinderella (2015), Inspector Morse (1995 – 2009), Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007), The Lost Prince (2003), The Four Feathers (Heath Ledger, 2002), Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (Amitabh Bachchan, 2001), The Avengers (Sean Connery, 1998), Hamlet (Kenneth Brannagh, 1996), Black Beauty (1994), Sherlock Holmes: Without a Clue (Ben Kingsley, 1988), Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (Robert Hardy, 1981), History of the World, Part 1 (Mel Brooks, 1981), Young Winston (Simon Ward, 1972)
and Barry Lyndon (Ryan O’Neal, 1975)

Sir Winston Churchill

Birthplace of a Great Briton

Winston was born at Blenheim Palace in 1874, and was Grandson of the 7th Duke. He was also a close friend of the 9th Duke and Duchess. Winston spent a considerable amount of time at the Palace throughout his life and proposed to his wife Clementine in the Temple of Diana. Sir Winston Churchill was voted the greatest Briton of all time and is ranked as one of the greatest British prime ministers. Later in his life Chartwell in Kent was to become his country home.

Plan your visit

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