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Restoration & Conservation

The magnificent Palace, which is now over 300 years old, is in constant need of attention, as is the extensive collection within its walls.

Over the next 10 years, we aim to complete works to the value of £40 million to conserve our World Heritage Site. All funds that we raise through admission charges are invested back into these ongoing restoration and conservation projects that keep the Palace, its contents and surroundings as glorious today as they have always been. 

We rely on visitors to donate their admission and also Gift Aid it if applicable and in return, they receive an Annual Pass to enjoy everything Blenheim Palace has to offer, all year round. View our projects below.

Protecting our legacy

The aim of the projects is to secure the future of Blenheim Palace for future generations to explore and discover.

Protecting our legacy

The aim of the projects is to secure the future of Blenheim Palace for future generations to explore and discover.

We've Carried Out Emergency Roof Repairs as Part of Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

A team of conservation contractors is carrying out emergency repair work to fix leaking leadwork on the roof of our Palace with a grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.

Crucial Heritage Stimulus Fund Helps Conserve Iconic Grand Bridge

Critical conservation work to help preserve our 18th century Grand Bridge will be able to proceed thanks to a grant from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.