Top British and international event riders will be heading to Blenheim Palace this week (16-19 September 2019) — and Blenheim Horse Trials tickets for the event are still available.
Blenheim offers a range of different ticket types to suit all budgets. The basic admission ticket allows access to the event, but does not include a seat in the grandstand or access to the Club Enclosure. Seats in the main arena are free on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and cannot be reserved.
Blenheim Horse Trials ticket prices
Thursday: general admission is £17.
Friday: general admission is £17.
Saturday: general admission is £30.
Sunday: general admission is £25. Grandstand seating is now sold out, but you can be added to a waiting list here, if you so wish.
Week admission prices are sold out. Parking is available for £10 per car per day.
The Palace Pavilion
The Palace Pavilion package, which offers views over the main arena and Blenheim Palace, also includes a three-course lunch, a traditional afternoon tea, a full complimentary bar serving wine, beer and softs drinks and more. This package is available for £240 on the Thursday, £275 on the Friday and £270 on the Sunday.
Children 17 years old and under get free admission to the event when accompanied by an adult, but will need proof of age in order to enter the event.
For more information about tickets visit: blenheimhorse.co.uk
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