The parish church of St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham, has held memorials to many members and relations of the Royal Family from Queen Victoria onwards. It is used regularly as a place of worship by the Royal Family and Estate staff.
Sandringham Church is considered to be one of the finest carrstone buildings in existence and dates back in its present form to the 16th-century. The sumptuously decorated chancel with its carved angels frames the silver altar and reredos presented to Queen Alexandra by the American Rodman Wanamaker as a tribute to King Edward VII. He also presented her with the silver pulpit and a silver 17th-century Spanish processional cross.
Other notable features include a Florentine marble font, a Greek 9th-century font and stained glass from the 16th-century onwards.
Sandringham Church is open daily throughout 2019 from 1st April until 26th October inclusive (except Good Friday). Opening times are from 11am to 5pm (4pm in October), Sundays 1pm to 5pm (4pm in October), unless there are additional services taking place. During the winter the church is only open for services.
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