How to get here

There are several ways to get to Sandringham – by car, bus, train or bicycle. Details of each can be found below


What Three Words

We’ve added what3words addresses to information points and entrances around the Royal Parkland. Find and navigate to each precise location by entering its what3words address (///word.word.word), including the dots, into the free what3words app.

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North Car Park Entrance - ///reactions.loafing.trails

North Car Park Pay Station - ///professes.freshen.glitz

West Car Park Entrance - ///rewarded.regulates.baseballs

West Car Park Pay Station - ///suggested.blocks.damp

Children's Play Area - ///agreeable.bubbles.relate

Information Office in the Courtyard - ///valuables.incline.swanky

Toilets - ///cans.jetliner.words


Cars and Parking

Sandringham is 6 miles north-east of King's Lynn and is signposted from the A148 Fakenham road and the A149 Hunstanton road.

Newer satellite navigation systems should recognise the Royal Park’s postcode of PE35 6AB.

The North and West car parks are open all year for parking. On event days and at busy times, we may open other car parks on site. Please follow signs and directions from our staff and do not park your vehicle anywhere except in designated car parks. Parking charges apply.

See here for Parking Charge Information



The bus stop for Sandringham is in the Royal Park.

From King's Lynn

Bus number 35 from King's Lynn Bus Station or from Hunstanton.

Tel: 01553 611955 (Lynxbus)

Lynxbus Timetable



Train to King's Lynn

The nearest train station is King’s Lynn (6 miles approximately), where you can connect to the First bus service.

King’s Lynn train station has the following connections:

  • London (Kings Cross): Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
  • Peterborough: Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
  • Norwich: Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
    Detailed timetables can be found at

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), run trains to King's Lynn Railway Station. This is still an hourly service on weekends and Bank Holidays.



We have bike racks in the Courtyard near the ticket office but please note we do not have facilities to take bags and luggage.

National Cycle Route 1 passes close to Sandringham. View map.

Telephone 0117 929 0888 (Sustrans).