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About Blenheim!


Taylor River
The largest town in Marlborough, Blenheim. Small and friendly, with a superb climate, good parks and gardens it is the gateway to the world-famous wineries. 

Points of Interest.

 Seymour Square, with its well-tended flowerbeds, memorial clock tower and fountain.

The town is well serviced with many cafes, several fine restaurants focusing on local food and wine, a  art galleries, wine museum as well as cinemas.

Blenheim has a reputation for its lovely gardens, including Pollard Park. Of historic interest are the Brayshaw Museum Park with its reconstructed colonial village.

There are plenty of walks around the area including the Wairau lagoon walk and the Wither Hills walkway, a network of trails over the hills behind Blenheim, offering great views of the town and surrounding areas.

There are arts and craft trails and the Rainbow Ski area is only one and a half hours West of Blenheim. Kaikoura whale watch one and a half hours east.

During the second week in February Blenheim hosts the now-famous Marlborough Food and Wine Festival at Montana's Barncott Estate.


Raupo Restaurant
Attractions

Wineries
Blenheim's big attraction is its wineries, and no visit is complete without a trip to the vineyards — either to sample or buy, or to dine at one of the vineyard restaurants. Tour possibilities range from a self-guided drive to a hosted wine tour.

Some of the popular of local wineries include:
Hertzog, Drylands, St Clair, Hunters, Bladen, Alan Scott, Cloudy Bay, Framingham, Montana


Millennium Art Gallery
The best of local, national and international arts just a few minutes stroll from Blenheim's town centre.

The Forum
A compact shopping heart in Blenheim with an open market place atmosphere.

Marlborough Sports & Events Centre
A national eventing centre at Blenheim with indoor and outdoor pools, squash courts, gymnasium, rock climbing wall and indoor sports centre.

Blenheim Riverside Railway
A 45-minute, 9km train trip.

Brayshaw Museum Park
A reconstructed colonial village 2.5km south of Blenheim offering historic buildings, miniature railway and a world-renowned vintage farm machinery collection.

Wither Hills Farm Park
A network of wilderness trails through a working farm park on the outskirts of Blenheim.

Knights of the Sky - Aircraft museum
Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre houses a display like no other and you don’t have to be an aviation buff to enjoy it!

Other useful information

Molesworth tours                                            

Wine tours by bike                     

Knights of the sky                                                    

Bubbly grape wine tours

Boutique Chocolate factory

Destination Marlborough

Marlborough Wine Tours

Rainbow skifield  

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