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National Horseracing Museum
99 High Street

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Enjoy a behind-the-scenes privileged tour of morning exercise on the gallops, the equine swimming pool and a trainer’s yard

Discover the highs and lows, stories and scandals of British racing.

Ride the racehorse simulator and find out if you are fit enough to be a winning jockey.


Top Lot - The History of Tattersalls. This exhibition gives a unique insight into the world famous thoroughbred horse sales in Newmarket. The other exhibition is Racing Welfare - racing's leading welfare charity that provides help and support to all of racing's people including employers, employees and the retired who may be in need, through accident, illness, age or misfortune.

Racing Colours - The full spectrum of colours is an integral part of the racing world, everything from racing silks to high fashion. This exhibition shows the contemporary artistic side of racing with some superb photography.


Months Open: 7 April 2009 - 1 November 2009
Open daily 11am - 5pm
Discount for Groups: Yes - 10% off groups of 20+
Admission Price: £6
Concessions: £5
Children: £3
Family Ticket: £13 (2+2)
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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