Enjoy this rare opportunity to visit the Queen’s country residence with the former royal correspondent Jennie Bond
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For hundreds of years, the glorious coastline, gentle pace of
life, famous Broads and crimson poppy fields of Norfolk have drawn
visitors from all over the world. And since 1862, four generations
of British monarchs have called Sandringham home. The Queen's
grandfather, King George V, once wrote, 'Dear old Sandringham, the
place I love better than anywhere else in the world.'
On this magical five-day tour, you will visit Sandringham House
and Gardens with the former BBC royal correspondent, Jennie Bond.
Plus, you will take unforgettable steam railway journeys on the
Bure Valley Railway and the Poppy Line and go on a memorable cruise
along the Broads on the Southern Comfort Mississippi paddle
Meet Jennie Bond
Royal expert Jennie Bond will join you at Sandringham on the
morning of your tour. Jennie will deliver an exclusive talk about
the house and gardens before answering your questions in a private
Q&A session and touring the magnificent estate with you.
Tour Sandringham House
Set in the heart of its 8,000-hectare estate, Sandringham House was
opened to the public by the Queen during her Silver Jubilee year of
1977. Sandringham is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.
Unforgettable rail journeys
You will see the unspoilt Norfolk countryside from the comfort of
steam-hauled trains on the Bure Valley Railway and the North
Norfolk Railway, affectionately known as the Poppy Line. You'll
also enjoy a trip on the Bittern Line.
Cruise the Broads
Relax as you follow the course of the River Bure, passing thatched
cottages and windmills, and spotting waterbirds in the Norfolk reed
beds aboard the Southern Comfort Mississippi paddle boat.