The Blenheim Palace chapel, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is on the floor of the palace. You must outside to go back inside the chapel, there is access from the apartments of the palace. The castle was a gift from Queen Ann to the Duke of Marlborough for a victory at the Battle of Blenheim. The sculptures were by William Kent represent John Churchill, the first Duke, arms to his son. Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough's first, wanted this to be the center of the chapel. It was completed in the year 1732. It is simple, and the decoration of the walls and ceilings were added during the Victorian era. The altar was placed at the start on the west, although it usually lies east to the town of Jerusalem. Below you will find the crypt, where the first Duke of Marlborough has his remains.
The chapel of Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the lower part of the palace. It is quite isolated and cannot be accessed from the rest of the palace: you have to go outside and come back in again. The castle was a gift from Queen Ann to the Duke of Marlborough for his victory in the Battle of Blenheim. The sculptures are designed by William Kent John Churchill, the first Duke. The chapel was built in 1732 in a simple style, with more decorative elements added during the Victorian era. Downstairs is the crypt where the Dukes of Marlborough are buried.