National Horseracing Museum
Palace Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 8EP
T. 01638 667 314 | E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm
Our newest exhibition explores sporting phrases we use in everyday life without even thinking. There are some that are obvious, like the ball's in your court but there are others whose origins are not so clear. Exhibition runs until 17th October.
The museum is grateful to have been loaned a collection of original George Denholm Armour drawings and watercolours dating from the 1870s until the 1930s. Exhibition runs from 1st June - 28th November.
This exhibition explores the excitement and unpredictability of Jump Racing from its 18th century origins in Ireland to the modern day. Exhibition runs from 10th July - 5th December.
Join Packard Curator, Dr Alexandra Fletcher, at 10:15am every Friday, from 27th August until 3rd December, for a tour of our special exhibition, Mud, Sweat and Tears: A history of Jump Racing.
Join us for a concert in the beautiful Palace House Garden on Thursday, 16th September with Classic Femme, a ladies quartet singing close harmony a capella arrangements of popular songs.
You are invited to the museum for a free day of family drop-in activities to celebrate 350 years of Palace House. Saturday, 2nd October 10:30am - 2:30pm.
We’re inviting families and young children to dress up and join us at Palace House this Halloween! Take a tour by torchlight and watch history come alive, meet the ghosts of Charles II and his housekeeper, and join us on a witch hunt! 4pm - 6pm Thursday, 28th and Friday, 29th October.
Back by popular demand! Join us on the evening of Saturday, 30th October for our famous Fright Night at the Museum!
Following the sell-out Christmas carol concert here at the museum in 2020, we're delighted to welcome Classic Femme back for more festivities on Thursday, 9th December from 6pm - 7pm.
We are delighted to welcome The Recycled Racehorse Falconry Team to the museum on Saturday, 26th March 2022. The team works in teaching, display work and field falconry, and have the only horses in the country that work with Golden eagles. The display will be fast, informative, educational and entertaining!