Visiting Sandringham

Visiting Sandringham

Sandringham's gardens were opened to the public by King Edward VII in 1908, and the Museum by King George V in 1930; Sandringham House was opened to the public at Her Majesty The Queen's wish in her Silver Jubilee year of 1977.
 
There is a great deal to see and do at Sandringham and you may find it helpful to download a copy of the 2015 leaflet. 

2015 leaflet (pdf file)

We recommend that visitors allow at least 4 hours in order to get the most out of their time here, and to make the most of the unhurried welcome we offer.
 The shops and restaurants at the Visitor Centre are open every day all through the year, apart from Good Friday.
  
2015 opening dates:  
The House, Gardens and Museum are open daily from Saturday 4th April 2015 until and including Sunday 18th October 2015.
 
Opening Times in 2015:
 
Sandringham House
Opens 11.00am
Last ticket sold 4.30pm
(3.30 pm in October)
Last entry 4.45pm
(3.45pm in October)
Sandringham Museum
Opens 11.00am
Last ticket sold 4.30pm
(3.30 pm in October)
Last entry 5.00pm
(4.00pm in October)
Sandringham Gardens
Opens 10.30am
Last ticket sold 4.30pm
(3.30pm in October)
Last entry 4.30pm
(3.30pm in October)

 

2015 Admission Prices

House, Museum & Gardens

Museum and Gardens Only

Adult

£13.50

£9.00

Senior Citizen/Student

£11.50

£8.00

Child (5-15)

£6.50

£4.50

Family (2 adults and 3 children)

£33.50

£22.50

Season Ticket

 

from £30.00

Guided Garden Tour

£3.50 Supplement

£3.50 Supplement

Car and coach parking are free of charge.

Private Evening Tours of Sandringham House are available by prior arrangement for groups. Afternoon tea for two, including entry to the House, Museum and Gardens, is available by prebooking through the Restaurant - more details available here.

Average time of visit: allow 3-4 hours


Dogs (except registered assistance dogs) are not admitted in the Gardens but are welcome in the Country Park.  Dog owners should be aware that cases of Seasonal Canine Illness (SCI) have occurred at Sandringham:  SCI is is a mystery illness affecting dogs during the autumn, which can prove to be fatal.

Cases are generally seen between August and November. SCI can affect dogs of any size, shape or sex and it causes dogs to become very ill, very quickly after being walked in woodland.  The most common clinical signs are sickness, diarrhoea and lethargy typically experienced within 72 hours of walking in woodland. If you suspect your dog is showing signs of SCI then please contact your vet immediately.

The cause of SCI is unknown and there are no known preventive measures. 

 


All prices include VAT at the prevailing rate: Sandringham's VAT number is 320.