I built a travel website 15 years ago, it's a pity that this website no longer exists now, I would like to revive some of the materials through this blog.
Blenheim Palace is recognized as a World Heritage site. The palace and it's garden cover over 2000 acres of land. It was established by Queen Anne in 1704 and rewarded to John Churchill for his defeat of Louis XIV at Blenheim in France. It is also the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
I have been to this place twice. The first time was on a rainy and foggy day. The second time was on a sunny day. The weather difference brings out different atmosphere and beauty of the palace grounds.
Those who love nature and tranquility should spend at least half a day here.