Suffolk Day is a time of celebration for everything our beautiful county has to offer. Newmarket is going all out for the Suffolk Day celebrations this year with a range of activities and visits to suit all the family. It really is about supporting our local businesses and sharing in the fun with our fellow Suffolk-ians!
In the dreamy settings of the Tack Room Restaurant at Palace House. Lucy Chappell, Twinning’s certified Tea Specialist will be hosting three different tea events throughout the Suffolk Day celebrations. For all those tea enthusiasts out there. Twinning’s has been pioneering tea since 1706, allowing Lucy to be the best person to talk through the history of tea in England and the special links to tea and Suffolk in ‘Crop to Cup!’.
The talk will include tastings of some classic favourites and some new blends!
Choose from Pastries and Tea in the morning for £5, to finger sandwiches and a cream tea at lunchtime for £10, and a Afternoon High Tea in the late afternoon for £15, all to go alongside your tea talk about the wonderful world of our favourite hot drink.
To book, call 01638 666390 or email: email@example.com
It wouldn’t seem right to talk about Suffolk Day without celebrating the champions of horseracing in Newmarket! Palace House will be offering better than half price tickets for Suffolk Day at £5 per ticket.
More than just a museum, the three attractions at Palace House offer a great place to spend time this Suffolk Day. Spend the day looking around the new National Horseracing Museum, National Art Gallery of British Sporting Art, and then take a walk to meet some former racehorses and learn what they do after racing, in the flagship home of Retraining of Racehorses.
To book tickets, call – 0344 748 9200 or turn up to reception on the day and quote SUFFOLKDAY .
For more information on everything on offer at Palace House: https://www.palacehousenewmarket.co.uk
For another horse related option this Suffolk Day, kicking off at 11.15am, tickets for a 1.5 hour guided tour of the National Stud, will be 50% when quoting SUFFOLKDAY.
Meet the resident stallions, mares and their foals as they frolic in the summer sunshine amongst the beautiful 500 acre estate of The National Stud, one of Europes largest commercial stud farms in the heart horseracing itself!
To redeem this offer, call the Discover Newmarket team on: 0344 748 9200.
So, don’t delay! Start making your Suffolk Day plans today, and we’ll see you for all the fun of what this county has to offer!
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