National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art
Sunday 4th March 2018
The National Heritage Centre in Newmarket occupies part of Palace House – the site of a former sporting palace of Charles I. The National Horseracing Museum uses the latest audio-visual and interactive technologies to tell the fascinating history of racing from its beginnings to the present day in a series of exhibitions and galleries. The Peter O’Sullevan Arena demonstrates the work of the Retraining of Racehorses Charity – where, in the afternoon, you can watch the processes involved in converting former racehorses into a new career outside of racing. The Tack Room restaurant serves a range of hot and cold food or, alternatively, the centre of Newmarket is a few minutes walk away.