On the 18th June whilst on a quick visit to Peterborough, visiting family,we spent the day at Sandringham House the Queens Norfolk residence.
On arriving you can use the car parks that are sign posted or as we did park on the grass verge by the road, no parking fees which makes a refreshing change ,all attractions are well sign posted and a hotel is also available,the retail area has a large gift shop,food outlets included a cafe and restaurant with ample seating outside and a vast grass area for picnics and relaxing when on that rare occasion in Britain when the sun pops its head from behind the rain clouds, also there is a small plant shop and spotless toilet facilities. With a pair of Union Jack oven gloves purchased we set of to the entrance to the House ,gardens and museum, we get to the price,house….
Adult, House,Garden and Museum :-£14.00 just Gardens and Museum :-£9.00
Senior citizen/Student , House,Garden and Museum :- £12.50 just Gardens and Museum :-£8.00
Child(5-12), House,Garden and Museum :- £7.00 just Gardens and Museum :- £5.00
After Paying at the grounds entrance gate yo have the option to walk to the house or disabled and senior citizen can use the shuttle bus. Being unable to take pictures inside the house was a shame ,but understandable. The interior is a very personal insight to the Royal Family,through out the house are tour guides are a wealth of knowledge and are so friendly, this is a great day out and well worth a visit.