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Sandringham House, Sandringham
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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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The guides were very helpful and the house beautiful as were the museum and grounds. I would have liked to have seen more of the house but I guess most of it has to be private.
A long awaited visit having previously exploring the grounds. The guides are very knowledgeable. It would have been nice to have seen more rooms and unfortunately the ballroom was closed. The gardens ... read more »
This was a 'must-do' while we were staying in Norfolk. It was wonderful to be able to walk round almost all the main reception rooms that the Royal Family uses (the Ballroom is still closed) and the g... read more »
It's a fabulous place to visit, try it out you won't be disappointed.
Stately home, belonging to Her Majesty, The Queen. Well worth a visit, if only to walk round the grounds.
I visited Sandringham today with my 87 yr old mum & we had a lovely time ...very knowledgeable & friendly staff from the restaurant to the house itself....thoroughly interesting & enjoyable visit we'll definitely be back.
A beautiful location, with free parking and a restaurant at the visitors centre - where you can also find a large gift shop, small garden centre and outdoor clothing shop. There's public toilets and a children's play park along with plenty of places for picnicking or walking.
Paul M Murray
Basically it RUBBISH! £13 for a limited view of the estate. And why are you being charged at all for the gardens. I can walk around dozens of comparable gardens in Europe for FREE.
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