There’s even more reason to get involved with Suffolk Day this year with the county gearing up to for the ‘Big Weekender’ that will celebrate everything that the county has to offer.
Newmarket is joining in the celebrations with Discover Newmarket offering free tours of The National Stud on Friday 21st June while Palace House is offering Buy One Get One Free on all day admission tickets.
A National Stud Tour offers the opportunity to learn more about the history of this 500-acre property, to see the resident stallions and to meet the mares and foals in the paddocks. Visitors on the tours are now also able to meet retired legends Lord Windermere, 2014 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, and Jack The Giant.
To secure your free tour of The National Stud on Friday 21st June call 0344 748 9200 and quote ‘Suffolk Day Stud Tour’.
The festivities continue into the weekend with Newmarket Racecourse offering £10 Grandstand and Paddock tickets and £15 Premier Enclosure tickets for the Summer Saturday race meeting on the 22nd June. Saturday’s race meeting is a brilliant follow up to the performance by Madness as part of the Newmarket Nights the evening before.
To redeem the race day ticket offer as part of the Suffolk Day celebrations simply use the code SUFFOLKDAY when purchasing tickets through the Newmarket Racecourse website by clicking here.
Discover Newmarket are offering a discount on the Family Ticket for a tour of The National Stud with two adults and two children able to take the tour for £20 at 1pm on Saturday and Sunday. This can be redeemed by calling the number quoted above to book in advance or by arriving on the day and quoting ‘Big Weekender’.
Palace House, which is home to the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art, will be extending the Buy One Get One Free offer throughout the weekend.
It’s the perfect opportunity to explore some great attractions and see what Newmarket has to offer.
For a full list of Suffolk Day activities visit www.suffolkday.co.uk.
Megan Pollexfen, manager Discover Newmarket:
We are delighted to be involved with Suffolk Day again this year and we are really looking forward to welcoming visitors on Friday 21st June as well as continuing throughout the Big Weekender. It’s fantastic to see the county come together and offer people the chance to get out and celebrate attractions. Sometimes we don’t realise what is on our doorstep and initiatives like Suffolk Day are a great way to raise awareness about the fantastic attractions and happenings in this great county.
Oliver Paul, on behalf of the Suffolk Day steering committee:
“The distribution, range of originality, and shear number of events for Suffolk Day 2019 and the Big Weekender, has been humbling and heart-warming in equal measures. Whilst event details are still coming in, SuffolkDay.co.uk is a font of inspiration for all to plan their celebrations.”
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