Palace House: National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art, Newmarket, United Kingdom
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Situated in the remaining elements of Charles II’s sporting palace and stables, the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art spans five acres in the heart of Newmarket and comprises of three complementary attractions: The National Horseracing Museum, the Fred Packard Galleries of British Sporting Art and a new flagship yard for the Retraining of Racehorses Charity.
As well as the three main attractions, the museum also has a large restaurant/cafe called The Tack Room. The restaurant is accessible to all the public, not just Heritage Centre ticket holders. In addition to The Tack Room, there is an onsite bakery to provide delicious home baked cakes, breads and take away food which is available to purchase daily.
On 3rd November 2016 Her Majesty the Queen, (Patron to the National Horseracing Museum) officially opened the new National Heritage Centre.
Prices for entry are as follows:
General Admission: £16.50
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): £40.00
Children (under 16): £9.50
Children under 5: FREE
Discounted ticket prices on groups of 15+ click here for more information on groups
Tickets purchased directly from The National Heritage Centre at Palace House can be converted at no extra cost into a 1-YEAR PASS on the day of purchase, giving 12 months’ complimentary admission to the site. 1-year passes are valid from the date of purchase and are non-transferable.
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