Henley Festival: 15th-19th September 2021

On Wednesday night Henley Festival – the UK’s only black tie festival – returned after a break of 2 years due to Covid. Headlining the festival were Ska band Madness, who celebrated by bringing founder of the band and legendary saxophonist Lee Thompson’s mother on stage. Henley Festival is the only festival in the UK to have a floating stage which is built on top of the River Thames, and is also the only festival in the UK when festival goers arrive by boat.

Star-studded Photographic Exhibition at Blenheim Palace to Raise Funds for Oxfordshire Art Charity

Zuleika Gallery is staging a new exhibition by Oxford photographer Joanna Vestey at Blenheim Palace’s new Stables Café.

Art on the Hoof at Blenheim Palace

A painting pony called Teddy is delighting visitors to Blenheim Palace’s new stables exhibition with his unbridled artistic prowess.

Blenheim Art Foundation to present exhibition by Tino Sehgal – 9th July-15th August

Blenheim Art Foundation is pleased to announce a major solo exhibition by Tino Sehgal, taking place 9 July – 15 August 2021. Following a year of extensive confinement indoors, this will be the designed specifically for the Park and Gardens.

Blenheim’s New Wild Bee B&Bs Welcome First Guests

Blenheim Estate is celebrating World Bee Day on Thursday, 20th May with news that two of its natural hives have been occupied by wild bee colonies.

The Museum Is Open

The Ashmolean reopens today and we are delighted to welcome you back!

Blenheim: Bringing you the best from the Estate this May

The Park is now adorned with new arrivals. Watching our lambs bounding across the Estate makes us feel grounded with nature as it continues no matter what’s going on in the world. The Gardens are brimming with blossom trees as we watch the seasons move on, albeit leaving the weather in April showers. We’re hitting the ground running as life rights itself with momentous new partnerships and projects.

Blenheim Palace Virtual Media Event

Official launch of two major new exhibitions: ‘Churchill’ and ‘The Stables’, including world premiere unveiling of life-size Churchill waxwork

Churchill bust by by internationally-renowned sculptor Jethro Crabb

Artist Adds Finishing Touches to Lifelike Churchill Waxwork

Colour and hair artist Sue Day adds the final touches to a waxwork of Sir Winston Churchill, ahead of the opening of a major new exhibition on ‘the greatest Briton’, which opens at Blenheim Palace next month.

Pony express a model recreation of Winston Churchill''s childhood pony Rob Roy is pushed -in front of Blenheim Palace

Palace Adds Extra Horsepower To New Stables Exhibition

A model recreation of Winston Churchill’s childhood pony is among a series of equestrian displays to feature in a major new exhibition in Blenheim Palace’s historic stable block, which opens next month.

Pre-Raphaelites drawings and Watercolours Exhibition

Pre-Raphaelites drawings and Watercolours Exhibition Film

In advance of our Pre-Raphaelites exhibition opening on 18 May, we’re giving you the chance to take a look inside through our brand new exhibition film.

Ashmolean Museum - A Unique Venue in Oxford

A Unique Venue in Oxford – Inspiring Minds Since 1683

The Ashmolean Museum with its imposing façade is a well-known landmark building in the City of Oxford and one of the oldest public Museums in the world. Its Collection contains artefacts from across the globe which illuminate elements of the human story; from the earliest civilisations right up to the modern day.