What's On

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!

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February

King George IV: Royalty, Racing and Reputation  

Until 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

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Twilight at Palace House

19th February 2020 I 4.30pm-7.30pm I FREE family drop-in event

Our Palace House paintings come alive at night! Bring your torches and help us get everything back where it belongs before the visitors start arriving tomorrow! You can also make your own scratch-art picture frame. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Last entry 6.45pm.

This event has been organised in partnership with University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) and is supported using public funding through Arts Council England. Twilight at the Museums is an annual event for families highlighting the museums as places of entertainment and exploration and includes the University and other local museums..

Royal Family Fun

Until 19th April 2020 I 10:00am - 4:00pm I Included in general admission

We have lots of family activities taking place during our George IV exhibition including: Make your own crown , Royal selfies (win a pass for your family!), Build a Palace , George IV Art Detectives Trail and much more!

Newmarket in Pieces – community art activity

19th & 20th February I 10.30am – 2.30pm I FREE family drop-in event

An opportunity to help create a large piece of community art reflecting Newmarket. Participants will make their own mini art squares which will be joined together to make a Newmarket scene. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Stay for as long or as little as you like. Come along and have some fun! The workshop will be run by Newmarket Community Arts Centre.