Sandringham House, Her Majesty The Queen's private home, is set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens. All the main ground-floor rooms used by The Royal Family, containing absorbing collections of porcelain, jade and family portraits, are open to the public, as well as the fascinating Museum and the charming parish church.
Where is Sandringham House located?
Sandringham is located 6 miles north-east of King's Lynn and is signposted from the A148 Fakenham road and the A149 Hunstanton road. The postcode for sat navs is PE35 6AB.
What is the history of Sandringham House to the present day?
Sandringham was built in 1870 by the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) and has remained as a private home for four generations of British monarchs.
What is there to see and do at Sandringham House?
The main ground floor rooms, regularly used by the Royal Family, are open to the public and the decor and contents remain very much as they were in Edwardian times. The House sits at the heart of the 20,000 acre Sandringham Estate and Country Park. Explore the 60 acres of glorious, mature gardens with sweeping glades and lawns and visit the Exhibition and Transport Museum which includes the first Royal motor car. The beautiful medieval Church contains a silver altar and pulpit, a 16th century processional cross and memorials to the Royal Family. Dine, shop, play and relax in the 600-acre Country Park with plenty of free parking.