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Sandringham House, Sandringham

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Historic Site Tourist Spot
Sandringham House is the much-loved country and holiday retreat of Queen Elizabeth II. The estate welcomes you to tour the public garden and country park--about 600 acres of accessible woodland and nature trails. You can arrange private tours in advance and enjoy a walk from the garden entrance through each room in the house. The tour includes an opportunity to see the famed collections of jade and porcelain. Family portraits throughout the estate remind you that this is still a beloved home. It’s a good idea to book reservations for both the tearoom and on-grounds restaurant. Take a look at our Sandringham family vacation planner to schedule your visit to Sandringham House and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • 3 well spent hours, visiting our Queens private residence. Magnificent rooms, magnificent gardens, and a wonderful museum. Felt very honoured looking around this family home, and having a glimpse of t...  more »
  • Visited because nearby and have been watching The Crown - otherwise would probably not thought of going but are so glad we did... Very helpful, friendly and informative staff on the house. Pleasant gr...  more »
  • My granddaughter wanted to see Sandringham house so I too her into the gardens yesterday. We had a lovely time walking around the gardens, looking at the wildlife and later into the play park. As she ...  more »
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  • Outside from the house and gardens themselves, the area is good for long walks in the woods and picnics. Kids will enjoy the extensive free adventure playground. Tea rooms and restaurant are good if slightly expensive.
  • Well worth a visit. Came on a lovely sunny day so the grounds are lovely to walk round as well as the fascination of going round what is the Queen's private residence. As expected lots of visitors but not crowded. Other things going on outside the main grounds on the day of the visit included a farmers' market and some classic cars on show. Facilities like café a little expensive.
  • Great day out with the family, the grounds are extensive and make for a nice walk. It's very nice to be able to visit the house and rooms where the Royal family actually live sometimes. Food options at the stables are not that great, but you can get some snacks and coffee.
  • Easy to get to by public transport. Regular buses to and from kings lynn station. Nice place, nice food & the kids enjoyed themselves. A great day out.
  • We love visiting Sandringham on our date days and look forward to our lunch, with a varied tasty plate full of food. The Soup is delicious too!