About Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire sits on a 2,100 acres area of lovely parklands landscaped by Capability Brown himself. This grand palace is surrounded by extensive lawns, award-winning formal gardens and a great lake, giving you a memorable backdrop for your wedding day.
Facilities and capacity
Blenheim Palace is proud of not only its excellent service but its attention to detail and high standards as well. Blenheim Palace offers a grand venue for you to build your very own fairy-tale wedding ceremony and reception. The Orangery room, with private a stately entrance and its terrace overlooking the Italian Garden, is a stunning daytime and evening wedding space for up to 180 guests.
The Marlborough room has a beautiful double vaulted ceiling rising to the full height of the building, two beautiful chandeliers and an immense fireplace; and is perfect to hold 120 wedding guests for a civil wedding ceremony or 70 wedding guests for smaller and more intimate wedding receptions.
In addition, the Great Hall, the Saloon and the Long Library offer wonderful settings for evening drinks receptions and wedding celebrations from 60 up to 300 guests.
Combining impeccable service with this outstanding setting, a professional staff of wedding managers is ready to help you create your big day. Whether you prefer a classic or modern style wedding, they will guarantee it matches your every demand as they take particular pride in their close attention to detail.
Blenheim Palace is home to the 11th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. It is also a unique example of English Baroque architecture. Inside, the scale is beautifully balanced by the intricate detail and delicacy of the carvings, the hand painted ceilings and incredible art works featured in each room.
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