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Tickets

Your ticket includes entry to the park and gardens of the estate and free parking on the day of the event (adult price normally £15.30).

Tickets can be bought online, at the telephone box office or in person. You will receive an email ticket, which is all you require for entry. We will also have a record of your name and purchase on the door. Mobile tickets and posted tickets are also available for a small extra charge for those who purchase online or at the telephone box office.


Online: Please visit www.blenheimpalaceliteraryfestival.com Tickets can be booked up to one hour before the event. You can also go straight to the online ticket office.

In person: Details to be confirmed.

Telephone  0333 666 3366 (an agents’ booking fee of £1.50 will be added to all telephone sales). Tickets can be booked up to one hour before the event.

In person: Oxford Visitor Information Centre, Broad Street, Oxford (an agents’ booking fee of £1.50 will be added to all sales through the visitor centre). The Feathers hotel, Woodstock, 10am-6pm.

Festival box office: The box office at Blenheim Palace will be open throughout the festival.

Tickets are available from the festival box office up to one hour before each event. Any remaining places will be sold on the door.

Note: We strongly recommend that all festival-goers purchase their tickets well before the events as the festival box office can get very busy.

Disabled access: All venues have disabled access with the exception of The Feathers hotel and La Galleria. Wheelchair spaces can be booked online.

General information: Unless otherwise stated, events last approximately one hour.

We may need to change venues for particular events, sometimes at late notice. Please always check the website for the most up-to-date information about your event.

Tickets are not refundable. However, in the event of sold-out events, the festival can occasionally refund or exchange tickets. All requests for refunds or exchanges should be made to the point of sale.

The Blenheim Palace Festival of Literature Film & Music reserves the right to alter the programme or substitute writers if circumstances so dictate.

All details are correct at the time of going to press.