Blenheim Palace is situated 15 minutes from Oxford, 60 minutes from London and 75 mins to Birmingham, in the legendary town of Woodstock in Oxfordshire.
By Coach From London
The easiest way to travel to and from Nocturne if you're coming from London is with our coach service.
The service departs at 2.30pm and returns after the concert.
The London service departs from Victoria Coach Station
Buses from Oxford and Oxford Parkway
If you are travelling to Nocturne by train or from Oxford, we will be running a return bus service from both Oxford Station and Oxford Parkway Station.
The bus will depart every 30 mins from Oxford Station (from 9am) and from Oxford Parkway Station (from 9.22am). The last departure will be 8pm from Oxford Station and 8.22 from Oxford Parkway Station.
You will be able to buy a ticket on the bus for £12 (in cash) on the day. Hold on to your ticket to board the return bus which will leave from the bus departure point within the Palace grounds 30 minutes after the concert finishes.
The nearest train stations are Oxford and Oxford Parkway. Trains run regularly to Oxford Station station from London Paddington and to Oxford Parkway from Marleybone.
If you are travelling by train please note you will need to arrange additional travel from the station to the palace.
We will be running a station bus service from both Oxford and Oxford Parkway stations, details of which can be found above.
Eight miles north-west of Oxford, on the A44 Evesham Road, Blenheim Palace is easily accessible from London and Birmingham. The Palace is signposted from junction 9 of the M40.
If you are using Sat Nav, please use the postcode OX20 1PP. When visiting Blenheim Palace by car, please be aware that a 20mph speed limit applies in all parts of the Estate.
Prior to your journey please check http://www.theaa.com/traffic-news/woodstock/ for up to date traffic information and scheduled roadworks.
Parking tickets are no longer available to buy in advance. You can pay in cash (£10) when you arrive