Welcome to Sandringham

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Sandringham is the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen, and has been the private home of four generations of British monarchs since 1862.

Visiting Information

Sandringham House and Garden tickets are now available to book for the Summer and Autumn online, open until 14 October.

All visitors including children must book an arrival time slot online. Members do not need to book pre-book a Gardens visit (unless bringing a guest) but must still pre-book House tickets.

Please note: The House and Gardens are closed 23-30 July inclusive.

Dogs other than assistance dogs are not permitted in the formal Gardens but are more than welcome in the Royal Parkland.

Safety is our priority, please respect other visitors by maintaining social distance. For further information please see our dedicated Covid-19 pages.

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Opening Times until October

Sandringham West Car Park - 8am - 6pm

Sandringham North Car Park - 6am - 9pm

Children's Play Area in the Royal Park – open daily from dawn until dusk

Sandringham House and Gardens – open for pre-booked visits from 10am except Fridays

St Mary Magdalene Church - open daily 12-4pm, Sundays 1-4pm

Courtyard Facilities

Toilets at the Courtyard – 9am - 5.30pm

Terrace Café – open daily for takeaway 9.30am - 5.30pm

Sandringham Shop – open daily from 9.30am - 5.30pm

Sandringham Restaurant - open for pre-booked Afternoon Tea

Sandringham

Regularly used by the Royal Family, Sandringham House is nestled in 24 hectares (60 acres) of formal Gardens. Learn more about the great collections of objets d'art and family portraits by leading contemporary court painters in the House and in the formal Gardens see rare and unusual trees offering shady glades, sweeping lawns, lakes, and water gardens.

Local Norfolk produce can be found in the Terrace Café and Sandringham Shop at the Courtyard, whilst in the 243 Hectares of dog friendly Royal Park there's opportunities to discover wildlife on way marked nature trails.

St Mary Magdalene Church is also nestled within the Royal Park dating back to the 16th-century however remains closed until further notice.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Sandringham.