• The world home of horseracing
    George IV: Royalty, Racing and Reputation

    28th November - 19th April
    This exhibition looks at his passions, his pursuits and his controversies – notably the notorious Newmarket scandal of 1791

  • The world home of horseracing
    George IV: Patronage and Reputation

    28th January 2020 I 4:00pm - 6:00pm
    Join us on 28th January for Afternoon Tea and talk with Professor Steven Parissien. For £15 you can enjoy a day pass in the museum, cream tea served at 4pm in Mews, a talk by the renowned expert Steven Parissien at 5pm and a voucher for 10% off lunch in the Tack Room

  • The world home of horseracing
    The Tack Room Restaurant

    Open Daily
    The Tack Room Restaurant, run by Absolute Taste, features the Best of British showcasing seasonal and local produce

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Palace House, Newmarket

National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art

Open
Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 11am - 4pm

HRM The Queen

Our Patron

The National Heritage Centre was formally opened by our Patron, Her Majesty The Queen. We are very proud of our Patron whose love for racing is highlighted in the quality of the horses she has both bred and raced.

A world class heritage site

Find out what you will discover at Palace House from exploring our galleries to meeting our horses in the Rothschild Yard.