Plan Your Visit

Below you will find all the information you need to attend EV LIVE including how to purchase tickets for the day, directions to Blenheim Palace and opening times for both the Palace and EV LIVE.

Venue and Opening Times

Blenheim Palace Address

Blenheim Palace,
OX20 1UL

Blenheim Palace Opening Times

Friday 13th September: 10.00 – 17.00

Saturday 14th September: 10.00 – 17.00

Sunday 15th September: 10.00 – 17.00


Tickets to visit EV LIVE / Blenheim Palace are purchased from the Blenheim Palace website.

All Blenheim Palace tickets grant you entry to EV LIVE.

Click here to purchase Blenheim Palace tickets.

Travel the greener way

Blenheim Palace offers a 20% discount for all visitors who travel to the Palace sustainably.

Whether that is by train, bus or bike, you can visit Blenheim Palace’s Good Journey page to learn more and help conserve Blenheim for  future generations.

Enter the code GREEN20 for discount during online checkout and you must show proof of travel by bus, train or bike on arrival.


By Car

Blenheim Palace is located eight miles north-west of Oxford, on the A44 Evesham Road. The Palace is signposted from junction nine of the M40.

If you are using SatNav, please use the postcode OX20 1UL.

Free car parking is available to all Blenheim Palace visitors (a parking fee applies to selected third party events, like Christmas), with disabled parking for blue badge and accessible parking at the front of the main car park with a shuttle buggy to the Palace.

Further parking is also available at the Walled Garden.

By Train

There are frequent train services to the nearby train stations of Oxford, Oxford Parkway and Hanborough.

Travel from London Marylebone by Chiltern Trains to Oxford Parkway (then connect to Blenheim by Bus 7). This is the quickest route from London to Blenheim.

Travel from London Paddington or Reading by GWR to Oxford (then connect to Blenheim by Bus S3).

Travel by GWR from London Paddington, Reading, or Worcester to Hanborough (then connect to Blenheim by Bus 233).

There are rail connections available from many other cities, by changing at Reading, Didcot Parkway or Birmingham New Street.

By Bus

Stagecoach Bus S3 and S7 run from Oxford City Centre to Woodstock, four times an hour, 7 days a week. Both start from Oxford Railway Station and pick up in Magdalen Street. Buses stop outside the main entrance, from there it's a 10 minute stroll through the park to Blenheim Palace. 

The S7 runs every 30 minutes from Oxford Parkway Station and Kidlington to Blenheim.

The S7 runs every 30 minutes from Witney through Bladon for Winston Churchill's grave.

The S3 runs hourly from Chipping Norton and Charlbury to Blenheim.

The First and Last Mile 411 bus service runs 2 hourly from Eynsham to Hanborough Station where passengers may connect with the Blenheim Shuttle. 

There is no direct bus service from Bicester to Woodstock.

For bus times and journey planner visit the Good Journey Page or

By Bike

Woodstock is connected to Oxford via the National Cycle Network #5 route. To view the Sustrans cycle route maps in detail visit

Please note that while there are bike racks available at the Palace but cycling within the Park is not permitted. Visitors may cycle from the entrance gates to the Palace and back.

Plan your cycle journey with