Blenheim Palace is a staple destination for those visiting the Oxford area. Located just under an hour away via bus, in the township of Woodstock, Blenheim has stood since 1722 and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
Home to the Churchill family, and later the Spencer-Churchill family for 300 years, it is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, and one of the only remaining buildings built in the British-Baroque style.
Saturday morning was a perfect opportunity for the Genetics class to head over to the estate for a grand tour. Here are some photos from their most fantastic outing!