Welcome the Royal Sandringham Estate, The Norfolk retreat for Her Majesty The Queen.
Sandringham Estate has been the country retreat of royalty for 4 generations of British Monarchs since 1862, and is still to this day one of Queens favourite stately homes.
Sandringham is a civil and friendly place to visit, every room in the house comes with a helpful and knowledgable guide to aid you in getting the most out of your tour around the estate. On your journey through the estate there is much to see, such as the beauty of the explorable gardens or the extraordinary collections in the museum which houses a conglomerate of Royal vehicles, rare ceramics, photographs and memorabilia.
On the estate there is plenty to see and do, we advise at least 4 hours spent here to get the most out of everything. Don't miss out on the parish church of St Mary Magdalene, which has beautiful architecture and royal memorial for you to admire.
Inside the house the main ground floor rooms are open to the public, the decor and contents have remained nearly the same since edwardian times and are stocked with gifts from members of the royal families from European countries who have stayed at the house during their trip to the UK.
The 59 acres of gardens at Sandringham are one of the most beautiful for stately homes and some of the best scenery in Norfolk, the gardens have been drastically changed over the years but are still able to be visited by the public and tours run on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
With nearly 243 hectares of land to explore the country park is a great place for a day out in nature. The park is free enter and so is parking, there is footpaths for you to follow and nature trails.
If you're looking for more information before your visit then please check out our website.