The Tack Room restaurant at the National Horseracing Museum features the best of British produce, showcasing seasonal and local produce wherever possible. Choose from light bites and sandwiches or a range of salads, mains and desserts.
Our on-site restaurant is 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.
Inside seating accommodates up to 60 people, and during the summer months further tables are available in the beautiful King’s Yard, where Charles II’s horses were once stabled. The outdoor terrace and the backdrop of the King’s Yard provide the perfect space to dine alfresco whilst enjoying a great selection of wines and cocktails.
The Tack Room gets its name from the original use of the building when Bruce Hobbs occupied it in the 1980s. Nods to this previous history are dotted around the restaurant, making for a wonderful setting in the heart of Newmarket.
With views onto the Rothschild Yard, where there is stabling for up to eight former racehorses in the flagship home of the Retraining of Racehorses charity, the Tack Room restaurant really is in a unique and enchanting location.