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Join the Buzz at Blenheim Palace


Make a beeline for Blenheim Palace this half-term, which is a hive of activity for families looking for a 'buzzy' day out; all aboard the Rowse Honey Wildflower Train and meander through the grassland route down to the Walled Garden, where you can take part in the Rowse Honey Bee Trail. Wander through the garden to spot each bee, find the Queen Bee and win a sticker!

The Rowse Honey Wildflower Train runs from Saturday May 27th every day until June 26th.

The train is £1 per person; the bee trail is free for ticket and Annual Pass holders; visit Britain¬ís Greatest Palace - get your tickets at www.blenheimpalace.com/tickets-booking

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This story was published on: 02/06/2023

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