Celebrate an occasion, commemorate an event or remember a loved one by sponsoring a tree

We’re on a mission to plant 1,000 trees within our World Heritage Site. With your help, we will plant a variety of native species of hardwoods including oak, cherry, walnut and beech. We only plant native species to protect and support our precious ecological system.

Award-winning Photographer Reveals Blenheim’s Wild Side

Award-winning photographer Pete Seaward has created a stunning new display of wildlife photography for a new exhibition at Blenheim Palace.

Saplings From Europe’s Greatest Collection of Ancient Oaks on Sale at Blenheim Palace

A limited number of saplings grown from Europe’s greatest collection of ancient oaks have gone on sale to the public at Blenheim Palace for the first time.

Saving the Hedgehogs: Berkeley’s mission to save Fleet’s foraging garden guests

Hedgehogs are one of the UK’s most beloved animals; synonymous with autumn hibernation, they can be found hiding in gardens, hedgerows, woodlands and parks throughout the country between the months of March and November.

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.