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Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace

If you are thinking of outings for the grandchildren this summer Blenheim Palace has created a special attraction for youngsters.

Following the launch of its biggest family-themed attraction to date, Blenheim Palace has announced a special discount for the month of June at the exciting Adventure Play area.

Until Friday June 30, immersive sessions have been discounted to £5 per person. Mini explorers will have a 3-hour slot to explore the hidden world of adventure. To claim the offer and join the adventure in June, visitors should use the code JUNE5 when booking.

Adventure Play at Blenheim Palace is a series of immersive interconnecting zones with secret chambers, clamber nets, tunnels, slides, rope bridges - and giant carrots! Covering a site larger than a football pitch, it celebrates the rich heritage of the 18th century baroque Palace, inspired by real-life features including the lakeside Boat House and Hensington Gateway.

The new £3.6 million outdoor experience located within the historic Walled Garden has been carefully designed and created to ensure children of all abilities from the ages of 2-12 are able to explore and enjoy the extensive play areas.

You will also need a valid Annual Pass, Privilege Pass or Park and Gardens ticket. Booking in advance is recommended.

What’s more, when visitors enjoy a trip to Blenheim Palace, tickets are treated as charitable donations to the Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation and as a thank you the UNESCO World Heritage Site automatically converts Palace, Park and Gardens tickets into Annual Passes at no extra cost. This means you can enjoy Blenheim for a whole year.

For more information visit, - terms and conditions can be found on the website.

Timed tickets are £7 (for both adults and children) and you will also need a valid Annual Pass, Privilege Pass or Park and Gardens ticket. Booking in advance is essential.

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