What's on at Palace House, Newmarket!
With so much to see and do we hope, from amazing artwork, family friendly activities and exciting exhibitions, each time you visit, you'll discover something new!
Monday 18th February - Friday 22nd February I 10am - 4pm I Included in general admission
This Half-Term, head to Palace House for family fun including our Art Detective trail around the Skating exhibition. Get involved with our First Women exhibition, look out for our super cute special guests, Pip and Plum the donkeys, and find out about how we look after our resident ex-racehorses on our behind the scenes tours, daily 11.30am and 2.30pm.
Our Community Enagement Trainee Charley will be holding art and craft workshops in our picnic room on Monday 18th, Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th February between 12.30pm and 2.30pm.
Wednesday 20th February I 4.30pm - 7.30pm I FREE EVENT
Twilight at the Museums is a FREE event for families where Palace House will turn down the lights and open it's doors for after-hours fun. Bring your torch to make the most of this event.
Thursday 28th February I 7pm - 8.30pm I £15 per ticket including a glass of Prosecco on arrival
Chief Curator and Deputy Director of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Imogen Gibbon, will be discussing painter Charles Lees who features in our current Skating exhbition.
To book tickets click here
14th February - 10th June I Mon - Sat 10am - 4pm Sun 11am - 4pm I Included in general admission
100 First Women will be a visually arresting and immersive exhibition, featuring contemporary photographic portraits of celebrities and famous personalities from across the decades including explorer Felicity Aston, First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, business leader Dame Inga Beale, singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro and jockey Hayley Turner.
For more information on this special exhibition please visit the 100 First Women website www.1stwomenuk.co.uk
15th November - 28th April I 10am - 4pm (Sunday 11am - 4pm) I Included in general admission
This exhibition explores how artists and photographers have depicted across the centuries the enjoyment of speed and figure ice-skating.