Visit to The National Stud and National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket

A trip to visit The National Stud and National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket

Thursday 18 April 2024

Cost: £41.00

(ART FUND members £36.00) – please bring membership card on the day

Dews coach departs:

1. Madingley Road Park and Ride: 9.15 am

2. Trumpington Park and Ride: 9.30 am

Coach returns to Cambridge at 3.30 pm

We shall visit The National Stud for a guided tour starting at 10.30 am lasting 90 minutes. It is the only Thoroughbred Stud in the UK to offer tours to the general public. There will be some walking from the coach to the stables paddock areas.

Then travel by coach to the National Horseracing Museum, we are able to visit at our leisure.

The museum was built in the remains of Charles II’s Sporting Palace and racing stables. The museum moved to the Palace House Estate in 2016. Queen Elizabeth II opened the venue in November 2016.

The Tack Room sells light bites, sandwiches, range of salads, mains and desserts, cakes, tea and coffee.

There are toilet facilities at both sites.

If you have mobility issues please contact one of the organisers

Closing date for applications is Friday 22 March 2024.

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U3AC is not responsible for any loss, injury or damage incurred during Cultural and Social Activities.

Please note that refunds cannot be made once a place has been given unless we have someone on the waiting list to refund you.

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Event information


18 Apr 2024


9:15 am


National Stud and National Horseracing Museum, Newmarket