National Horse Racing Museum
Situated in the Royal setting of Charles II’s sporting palace and stables, this five acre venue in the heart of Newmarket is a great day out for any member of the family. Here you will discover a museum, art gallery, live horses, special exhibitions, a bakery and restaurant, and a shop all under the one roof!
Explore the latest audio visual and interactive technologies that chart the history of horseracing from its origins to the global industry it is today. From skeletons to the racehorse simulator there is something to entertain visitors of all ages.
Fred Packard Galleries
Discover the finest gallery of British Sporting Art from 17th century to the present day, with artwork to capture any art lover’s imagination.
Meet racing’s equine heroes – they love a pat! Find out how to retrain a racehorse in our Behind the scenes tours at 11:00am and 2:30pm.
The Tack Room restaurant and Bakery
Grab a bite to eat in the Tack Room restaurant, serving food from 10am – 5pm Tuesday – Saturday & Sunday: 11 am – 4 pm. For those looking for something quick and delicious to eat the bakery is open 9am – 3pm Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 4pm Saturday & Sunday
Tuesday – Sunday 10 am – 5pm
NUS Students: £8
Local Residants (CB8, IP28, IP29): £10
Children (under 16): FREE.
Palace House, Palace Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 9RU (5 minute walk from Newmarket Train Station)
Tel: 01638 667314.
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