We’ve teamed up with Blenheim Palace to offer you the chance to win a Family ticket for two adults & two children which includes access to the Park and Formal Gardens, the Palace State Rooms and the fascinating exhibitions which bring its history to life.

Steeped in history, the magnificent Palace is surrounded by 2,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland and beautiful Formal Gardens.  There’s so much to explore, from the great open spaces of the Parkland, punctuated by mature trees, through intricate Formal Gardens like the Water Terraces and the Italian Gardens. 

The Pleasure Gardens is a dedicated family area where you can find your way around the giant 'Marlborough' hedge maze - the world's second largest symbolic hedge maze! – or wonder at the majestic butterflies in the tropical butterfly house.  Why not take the Miniature Train which runs every 30 minutes from the Palace to the Pleasure Gardens?

However you spend your time at Blenheim Palace, you are guaranteed an inspiring day out.  To complete the perfect day out, why not treat yourself to Afternoon Tea served in the beautiful Orangery Restaurant overlooking the private Italian Gardens 

To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket please answer the following question:

Which Prime Minister was born at Blenheim Palace?

David Lloyd George
Sir Winston Churchill
Sir Anthony Eden

A) David Lloyd George

B) Sir Winston Churchill

C) Sir Anthony Eden

Enter your answer and fill in your details in the panel opposite. Closing date is 21st October 2018. The winner will be the first correct entry drawn at random after the competition closes.

Terms & Conditions

  1. This competition is open to residents of the UK, aged 18 years or over, except employees of TLM Media Ltd, Blenheim Palace their families, agents or anyone else professionally associated with the competition.
  2. Details of how to enter form part of the terms and conditions. It is a condition of entry that all rules are accepted as final and that the competitor agrees to abide by these Terms & Conditions. The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  3. Entries must be submitted via the tlm website (www.tlm-magazine.co.uk) and entry is restricted to one per person. Late, illegible, incomplete or corrupt entries will not be accepted. No responsibility can be accepted for lost entries and proof of transmission will not be accepted as proof of receipt. The winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries received by the closing date.
  4. All entries must be received by midnight on Sunday, 21st October 2018.
  5. The Prize includes a Family ticket for 2 adults & 2 children for entry to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens. 
  6. Prize includes a Family ticket for 2 adults & 2 children for entry to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens. 
  7. Prize ticket is for named holder and their family only.
  8. Prize tickets are valid for a standard Palace, Park and Garden visit only.
  9. Prize is valid until 30 December 2018.
  10. Prize tickets must be presented on arrival at Blenheim Palace and can be converted to an Annual Pass giving free access to the Palace, Park and Gardens over the course of a year.
  11. Entry to externally organised events is not included in an Annual Pass.
  12. Travel costs are not included.
  13. Prizes are not transferable and may not be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  14. There are no cash alternatives.
  15. Visit www.blenheimpalace.com for more information and opening times.
  16. This competition prize is offered by Blenheim Palace, TLM Media have no liability for this competition.
  17. The winner may be required to participate in publicity.
  18. Events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prize impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the Promoter and accordingly the Promoter may at its absolute discretion vary or amend the promotion and the entrant agrees that no liability shall attach to the Promoter as a result thereof.
  19. English law applies and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts shall prevail.