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**WELCOME  TO NEWMARKET,  THE HOME OF HORSERACING**

 

This internationally recognised town has plenty for you to see and do and makes a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. So whether you are considering a day visit, a weekend or planning a much deserved week’s break, we invite you to browse our website for ideas and inspiration.

Enjoy a leisure break in Newmarket and escape the everyday here in the east of England.  Discover the fabulous hotels, the delightful self catering cottages and traditional B&Bs. As the home of horseracing there are an amazing  selection of exciting tours and unique experiences to create lasting memories. Beautiful countryside has attracted visitors for centuries, explore the country paths, discover the historic rural pubs, relax in space, peace and quiet. For a truly cultural experience whilst staying in Newmarket, take a day trip to the City of Cambridge just 14 miles away, or a short trip to the Cathedral, the ancient Abbey and historic  town of Bury St Edmunds  which is also nearby. Discover Newmarket the ideal location for a short break and holiday.

Winter Wander Walks

Gather friends and family and join our Discover Newmarket guide for a wander around the streets of Newmarket. Find out some fascinating facts along with some snippets of gossips from the past and find out just why we are known as the home of horseracing.

Afternoon Tea with Father Christmas

Don't miss your chance to have Afternoon Tea with the big red man at Nancy's Tea Rooms this December. Check out the dates and book your visit today!

An Audience with Felix Francis - 8th December

Calling all Dick Francis fans! Join us for an Audience and Book Signing with Felix Francis on the launch of his latest crime novel Iced. Aptly located at the illustrious Jockey Club Rooms, which featured in many of the Dick Francis novels.

Christmas Carols at the Museum

Come and find the Christmas spirit by joining in with the free Carol Concert at the National Horseracing Museum on Thursday 9th December.

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