We’ve got a couple of fantastic food and drink options for you to choose from when visiting the National Horseracing Museum – the Bakery and the Tack Room. Both are accessible to all members of the public, not just National Horseracing Museum ticket holders, and can be accessed via the large gates on Palace Street.
If you prefer, you are more than welcome to bring your own picnic to enjoy in one of the many seating areas dotted around the beautiful and historic surroundings of the King’s Yard, the Rothschild Yard and Palace House Garden.
The Tack Room Restaurant features the best of British produce, showcasing seasonal and local food and drink where possible. Throughout the summer, the outdoor terrace in the King’s Yard provides the perfect space to dine alfresco whilst enjoying our great selection of wines and cocktails.Find Out More
Located in the King’s Yard, the Bakery, ran by Stellar Catering, serves a selection of pastries, cakes, cold and hot drinks. The Bakery also features an eco refill hub and picnic boxes, available to pre-order for your visit.Find Out More
Visitors to the National Horseracing Museum are welcome to bring their own picnics.
We’ve got seating areas located around our extensive site that are available for all visitors to use.
All we ask is that you don’t take any food or drinks into the galleries and that you please use the bins provided.