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!
Until December 2019 I 10am - 4pm I Included in general admission
In this exhibition, photographer Marco Delogu has captured a remarkable series of portraits of jockeys who have participated in the historic race in Siena, the Palio. Also featured in the exhibition will be a selection of Delogu’s most recent works, equestrian studies inspired by the horses painted by Italian Mannerist Cavalier d’Arpino in the 16th and 17th-centuries.
8th November 2019 - 29th November 2019 I 10am - 4pm I Included in general admission
Marvel at some of the iconic items of clothing worn by John McCririck during his long television career as a betting guru first at ITV, and later at Channel 4 Racing. John, who was famous for his flamboyantly eccentric dress style, had a colourful career as a Celebrity Big Brother participant as well as an award winning journalist for The Sporting Life and larger than life figure in the racing world.
22nd November 2019 - 24th November 2019 I 10am - 4pm I Included in general admission
Held annually in the well appointed Millennium Grandstand, at Rowley Mile Racecourse in Newmarket, this is THE place to buy all your Christmas presents - from grandchild to grandparents - sons to husbands - girlfriend to boyfriend. It's also a wonderful opportunity to spoil yourself or to drop hints about what would really please you! Candles to cashmeres, toys to toiletries, food to fantasies, jewellery to jugs, books to bronzes. Something for everyone! Many things are cheaper than the high street and certainly many things you would not find there. The event takes place in very comfortable surroundings with easy free parking and restaurant facilities.
28th November 2019 – 19th April 2020 I 10am - 4pm I Included in general admission
George IV not only assembled an unrivalled collection of art but was also a prominent patron of horseracing and of Newmarket. This exhibition looks at his passions, his pursuits and his contorversies – notably the notorious Newmarket scandal of 1791