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Ascot Racecourse

High Street, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7JX
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About

Ascot Racecourse is synonymous with quality, excellence, and a truly memorable day out.  It was while riding out from Windsor Castle in 1711 that Queen Anne first saw the land that had potential for horseracing. Inspired by what she had discovered, the inaugural event, Her Majesty’s Plate, was held at Ascot upon her request that August.
 
Over the years the patronage of twelve monarchs has helped make Ascot one of the world’s best-loved racecourses and it remains a pillar of British sporting and social culture. Covering 179 acres, the racecourse welcomes over 630,000 guests each year and is the home of some of the sport’s most prestigious race meetings ensuring that Ascot’s stature, reputation, and famed celebration of occasion is admired the world over.
 
Alongside Royal Ascot, the racecourse’s famous five-day meeting, Ascot hosts an additional 21 racedays throughout the year, each with its own unique character offering the perfect day out and the opportunity to celebrate any occasion.
 
It’s not just horseracing, with magnificent grounds, excellent facilities and a wealth of indoor space, the racecourse is a superb location to host conferences, weddings, exhibitions, private parties, and corporate events.  Several non-racing events also take place at intervals throughout the year, including the ever-popular Luna Cinema and Ascot’s renowned Christmas Party evenings.
 
Maintaining the balance between tradition and innovation makes Ascot racecourse a unique sporting venue.  Explore what’s on offer in 2022 and find your next day out.
 
For more information on upcoming events, current prices or to book call 0344 346 3000 or visit ascot.com

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Guide Prices

Royal Ascot Tickets from £32 if booked by 31st March, from £37 there after
Ascot Raceday tickets from £19 per person
Under 18s go free to Ascot Racedays

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From London & the North

M4 Junction 6 onto the A332 Windsor-by-pass and follow the signs to Ascot.

From the West

M4 Junction 10 to the A329 signed to Bracknell and follow the signs to Ascot.

From the South and East

M3 Junction 3 onto the A332 signed to Bracknell and follow the signs to Ascot.

From the Midlands

M40 southbound, Junction 4.  Take the A404 towards the M4 (Junction 8/9).  On the M4 head towards Heathrow/London.  Leave M4 at Junction 6 and follow the A332 Windsor-by-pass to Ascot.

Public Transport Directions

South Western Railway runs a frequent service to Ascot from both Reading and London Waterloo.  The average journey is 27 minutes from Reading and 52 minutes from London Waterloo.  The railway station is a seven-minute walk from the racecourse, via a spacious paved path away from roads.

Facilities

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  • Refreshments Available - Wide selection of food options available from Fine Dining to casual dining and on the go options.

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking
  • Railway station within walking distance

Opening Times

* Selected dates throughout the year – see ascot.com for details

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