Suffolk Archives have been uncovering the stories of Jewish refugees who lived in Newmarket during World War II.
The project was inspired by a memoir written by Fritz Ball, who came to England from Berlin with his wife Eva in 1939. As war loomed, Anthony de Rothschild offered his family residence and stables at Palace House – now the National Horseracing Museum – as emergency accommodation for Jewish refugees.
Several of them were talented musicians and this exhibition invites you to think about their stories.
Cost of entry to We Have to Move On:
Entrance is included within the cost of general admission. This gives you access to all areas including the National Horseracing Museum, Palace House and the Rothschild Yard, where you can meet retired racehorses!
To buy your ticket, click here and choose the date on which you’d like to attend. When you get here, upgrade to an Annual Pass for FREE. This gives you unlimited access for 12 months from the date of your first visit.
Already an existing Annual Pass holder? Head to the shop on arrival to scan your ticket and pick up a day badge.
Why not make a day of it and book a table for lunch at The Tack Room restaurant, or order a picnic from the Bakery to enjoy in our beautiful grounds.
10th April - 7th August 2022
This exhibition has closed
Included in General Admission
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