The Illuminated Christmas Lights Trail at Blenheim Palace

Last weekend a friend and I travelled to Blenheim Palace for the Illuminated Christmas Lights Trail. Our tickets were for 5pm so we had just over an hour to explore the Christmas Market in the daylight and have a bite to eat from some of the many food vendors before heading along the trail.

We really enjoyed the whole event – both keen photographers it took us just over an hour and a half to walk around the trail. There was plenty of lovely light installations to see, both on the trail and floating on the lake, lots of them accompanied by music, as well as some food and drink stalls. Some of my favourites are below.

We thought at £18 it was well worth the admission and there are various options available depending on how much or how little of the Palace and Grounds you want to see and other events happening at the same time. You can find some more photos here.


Categories: England, Oxfordshire | Tags: , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “The Illuminated Christmas Lights Trail at Blenheim Palace

  1. It is beautiful. Interesting thing to do.


    • Louise Jayne

      It was really good and of course there were lots more moving light installations that were impossible to accurately photograph.

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  2. It looks very festive


  3. Pingback: A Christmas Retrospective | Louise Jayne's Blog

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