Christmas Carols in the King’s Yard

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Following the sell-out Christmas carols concert here in 2020, we’re delighted to welcome back Classic Femme for more festivities on Thursday 9th December from 6pm – 7pm.

There will be a mini-Christmas market for all your shopping needs from 5pm – 8pm, including homemade candles and teddy bears, artisan chocolates, award-winning spirits and more.

Why not make a festive evening of it? If you’d like to stay for dinner at The Tack Room, you can book your table here. They will also be selling mulled wine to keep you warm during the carols. If you have a sweet tooth, the Bakery will be staying open until 7pm.

The concert will be taking place outside in the King’s Yard so please dress warmly!

Cost of entry to Christmas Carols in the King’s Yard:

Tickets are free, but please be sure to book your place as capacity is limited.

The racehorse simulator will be staying open late! Suggested donation is £3 per ride – all proceeds will go to the museum.

About the National Horseracing Museum:

The National Horseracing Museum is a 5-acre site in the heart of Newmarket – the long-established home of flat racing.

As an important part of the horseracing industry, we tell the story of horseracing from its earliest origins to the global phenomenon it is today. The museum contains stunning works of art, contemporary sculptures, science and breeding galleries, and some of the world’s most famous racing trophies, unique bronzes and artefacts.

Part of the museum is based in the former sporting palace of King Charles II, built over 350 years ago when the ‘Sport of Kings’ was in its infancy. Using the latest interactive and audio-visual displays, the museum takes a different look at the sport, examining the physical attributes of the elite equine athlete and the importance of the thoroughbred pedigree via our science gallery.

We also re-train retired racehorses in the Rothschild Yard, making NHRM one of the very few places in Newmarket where you can meet retired racehorses. There are daily tours too.

Event Information

Thursday 9th December 2021

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Free of Charge