Blenheim Palace is a vignette of 18th century British aristocratic life. The estate was bequeathed to John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, by Queen Anne to mark his victory at the Battle of Blenheim on 13th August 1704, and has since been the birthplace of numerous Churchills, including the acerbic Sir Winston.
Now's your chance to walk in the footsteps of one of the country's most well-known prime ministers and to get to know the Grade I listed palace personally.
Blenheim Palace is offering a private tour of the Palace's State Rooms and Private Apartments, where the Marlborough Tapestries and the Long Library can be found.
The prize also includes a 3-course meal at the Orangery Restaurant, Cream Tea, and a hamper filled with wine, chocolate and chutneys.
You'll also get your hands on a Privilege Card which gives you unfettered access to the UNESCO World Heritage Site's Park and Gardens for a year and a 15% discount in all on-site shops, restaurants and cafes.
The prize will be for two people. To find out more: blenheimpalace.com
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