Sandringham House has finally reopened to the public, after it was forced to close due to COVID-19 restrictions
Royal fans will no doubt be delighted as Sandringham House has finally fully reopened to the public following the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
The Queen’s 600-acre Norfolk home has a special meaning to the Queen, as she frequently stays on the grounds during Christmas, and often visits the estate’s church, St. Mary Magdalene, for its Christmas service.
Parts of the estate, including the car parks, shop and gardens had already been open to the public, but now Sandringham House, the Sandringham Restaurant and the St. Mary Magdalene Church are again open.
WATCH: The Queen arrives for a Sunday service on Sandringham estate
The announcement was made on Twitter, with a tweet reading: “We are delighted to reopen our doors into Sandringham House again from today,” it then directed people to the website to buy tickets.
A later tweet added: “Visiting us this weekend or anytime soon? Download the Glide app ahead of your visit & pay to park via the app on arrival. The app will also update you with how busy the car park is.”
Both tweets showed off the full splendour of the house, with the first…