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Blenheim Palace Invites You To Celebrate The Great British Garden Party

Discover a quintessentially British affair at Blenheim Palace this summer; witness iconic characters brought to life, fabulous live music, delicious food and drink and an exciting firework finale at the new Great British Garden Party.

Taking place between 13-14 July from 6.30-10pm at the historic Oxfordshire UNESCO World Heritage Site, this glorious outdoor event allows visitors a unique opportunity to discover the Palace, Park and Gardens with spectacular entertainment.

Explore the magnificent Palace and its Capability Brown landscaped Park, walk in the footsteps of our greatest Briton, Sir Winston Churchill, who was born at Blenheim, take a spoonful of sugar listening to storytime with Mary Poppins in the Secret Garden and come face to face with Britain’s very own Bond, James Bond.

Laze in a deckchair as Test Match Special icon Henry Blofeld commentates live on a charity cricket match featuring the star-studded Lord’s Taveners (13 July) on the South Lawn.

Enjoy a glass of Champagne with sumptuous strawberries and cream, or tuck in to the South Lawn BBQ* whilst a resident string quartet plays. Watch and join in while a troupe of energetic professional dancers lindy hop, jive and waltz the evening away.

As night falls, visitors will congregate in the Great Court for a spectacular red, white and blue fireworks finale set to the stirring words of Sir Winston Churchill, along with resounding renditions of Land of Hope and Glory, Jerusalem and Elgar’s Nimrod.

This exclusive experience is an extended ticket offering which includes after-hours entry into the Palace and Gardens, fabulous entertainment and free parking.

What: Great British Garden Party at Blenheim Palace

When: 13-14 July 2018 – from 6.30-10.00pm

Why Visit: From fireworks finales to live music and dance, Henry Blofeld, cricket and Churchill;

Blenheim: Great British Garden Party is a very British affair at Britain’s Greatest Palace and Gardens.



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