Brand New Trail at Blenheim Palace this October Half Term

Spooky surprises await visitors on a brand-new Halloween trail at Blenheim Palace running from 22 – 31 October 2021.

The perfect experience for half term, join family and friends to discover a series of ghostly goings-on and hocus pocus as dusk turns into darkness…. if you dare! 

Watch flickering flames in a fiendish fire garden, stomp through the crisp autumn leaves and find daring fire artists and grinning pumpkins aglow. 

Wind your way through the illuminated haunted woods filled with creepy neon cobwebs, coffins that creak and bubbling cauldrons, before ducking for cover from the larger-than life spiders and beastly neon bats. 

Then discover the Secret Garden filled with more hidden surprises. Could it be a trick of the light or do things really go “bump in the night”? 

There’s a delicious twist to the sweetest of treats on offer. Enjoy a wickedly good *hot toddy or devilishly decadent *hot chocolate, or *toast a marshmallow with someone special.

“We are so excited to be involved with Halloween at Blenheim Palace this year with an all-new outdoor experience filled with spooky surprises. The trail is a frighteningly good mix of tricks and treats and we can’t wait to welcome people of all ages over the half term holidays”, said Dominic Hare, CEO at Blenheim Palace.

Halloween at Blenheim Palace is an unmissable outdoor experience, designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy. 

For full pricing details and booking please visit: 

*Separate charges apply

What:               Halloween at Blenheim Palace – A spooky, fun-filled after dark trail for all the family 

When:              From: 22-31 October 2021 

For more information and opening times visit:

Why Visit:         Discover a world like no other, created for all the family to enjoy.

Admission:       Limited capacity with timed entry, early booking advised.  Visit website for entry times.Adult: £15, Child (age 3-16) £10, Family £46 Parking: £10
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