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Quaint exterior, beautiful inside

This lovely 16th Century Church shouldn’t be missed when visiting Sandringham and is easily... read more

Reviewed today
Littlehampton, United Kingdom
A peaceful and quaint church

We visited the Church of Mary Magdalene in the Sandringham Estate. This is the church that the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Dave T
Horsham, United Kingdom
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Office Queen The Estate Office Office Elizabeth Way, Sandringham PE35 6EN, England
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Reviewed today

This lovely 16th Century Church shouldn’t be missed when visiting Sandringham and is easily walkable from the House and grounds. The Church isn’t large, but rather a typical rural Parish Church with well-preserved features including the beautiful stained glass windows, as well as additions such...More

Thank debdancing
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We visited the Church of Mary Magdalene in the Sandringham Estate. This is the church that the Queen visits over the Christmas period. A peaceful and quaint church that has a tranquil feel about it. Silver alter and pew showing off its riches with a...More

Thank Dave T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A church seen annually on the news, as the Queen often spends Christmas day at Sandringham. The church allows you to understand the importance of the church in the Royal families daily routines and the current Royal family. The personal messages/plaques that adorn the church...More

Thank familyoffiveonhols
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Beautiful church with ancient stained glass windows, many references to royalty past. A walk around the churchyard is most interesting.

Thank Y8686ZRbb
Reviewed 6 July 2018

When my family from overseas visited, when staying with us in Norfolk they desperately wanted to attend a church service. The verger welcomed us with open arms and the visiting vicar was incredibly friendly and polite. My sister-in-law was delighted that a member of the...More

1  Thank Bbhhgffcggyuh
Reviewed 20 June 2018

On a coach break this was our first days outing- Sandringham House and estate - the church is small but immaculate and interesting- very impressive

Thank nobby69010
Reviewed 11 June 2018

Everybody would recognise the lych gate to this church from photos of the royals attending church at Christmas. This is a lovely church, but the decoration is a bit overdone for my liking, however it is well worth a visit.

Thank KenMaideheadUK
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

Im not a churchy person but even i could not be amazed at this wonderful architecture graphics stained glass and silver alter. Good day out . well worth the visit.

Thank stephen m
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Wonderful underside to the roof and the silver alter plus of course the queens place on the right. Nice to see inside this great land mark we see regularly on TV

Thank E8887TZmartinp
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

When visiting this small historical church, take time to get up close to the engravings and read the inscriptions on the carvings. The stained glass windows are well kept, as you would expect from a church located on the Queen’s Sandringham estate. The steward was...More

Thank filthurlow
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9 June 2018|
Response from kizkizkizkiz | Reviewed this property |
Only locals can attend the church service. Anyone can stand outside to see them arrive and leave