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The Norfolk retreat of Her Majesty the Queen. It is a bit of a drive to Sandringham and its glorious gardens, fine house and museum from Mundesley. The 600-acre country park and visitor centre is open all year round. There are two nature trails and a sculpture trail around the park.
Sandringham house is open to the public when the Royal family are not in residence. The grounds are open all year round.
Take a picnic and enjoy the free space outside. House and Gardens do have an entry cost.
Half an hour's drive from Walsingham lies the Sandringham Estate, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen. A private home for four generations of British monarchs since 1862.
Visit Sandringham House, the country retreat of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. Includes two course lunch and tours of Sandringham House, Museum, Gardens and 16th century Parish Church of St Mary’s Magdalene with its hosts of carved and painted angels and its many…
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“Oxburgh Hall is a moated country house in Oxborough, today in the hands of the National Trust. Home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years, Oxburgh reveals one families unshakable Catholic faith and story of endurance. It’s hard not to fall in love with Oxburgh Hall, when you catch your first glimpse of the imposing brick manor house reflected in the tranquil moat. Built by the Bedingfeld family in 1482 as a statement of power and prestige, it remains their family home today. Now peaceful, Oxburgh and the family have endured turbulent times. Through religious persecution, Civil War devastation, near dereliction and threatened demolition, Oxburgh’s story is one of survival. Step inside to discover the legacy of the 6th Baronet who created much of what you see today, from the Victorian Gothic interiors to the ornate architectural additions that reflect a romantic view of Oxburgh's medieval past. Outside, the gardens are a mixture of formal and wilderness, with the walled garden and French parterre adding colour and seasonal interest. And for those wanting to explore further, you can follow one of the estate walks through woodland and along the River Gadder - keep your eyes peeled for otters. ”
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