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What’s on at the National Horseracing Museum this July Festival


With the July Festival just around the corner, it looks like the July Race Course won’t be the only place that the crowds will be descending upon. The National Horseracing Museum has a jammed packed weekend scheduled with events suitable for everyone.


July Festival Tipster Breakfast at the Museum

Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July at 10.30am. Tickets £25 per person

Kick start your Festival weekend with a Tipster Breakfast in the beautiful Rothschild Yard situated in the Museum grounds, overlooked by their resident retired ex-racehorses. Taking place on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th July, enjoy a delicious breakfast and glass of Bucks Fizz from The Tack Room, their onsite restaurant, accompanied by Racing TV Broadcaster, Nick Luck, who’ll provide you with the lowdown on the day’s runners.


Household Cavalry Band Performance

Friday 12th July at 6pm. Tickets £25 per person

On Friday 12th July, the Museum will play host to the Household Cavalry Band for a very special evening performance. Famous worldwide for their outstanding ceremonial pageantry and gallantry on the battlefield, the Household Cavalry musicians will perform a mix of classics, regimental marches, trumpet calls and much more – it’s sure to be a truly memorable performance.

This event is in support of the Household Cavalry Foundation.

After the event, finish your evening by booking a table at the Tack Room.


Time for Tea with our Shetland Ponies

Saturday 13th July at 1pm and 3pm. Tickets £10 per person

The Museum is excited to offer you the opportunity to join them for an ultra-special tea party. You’ll have the chance to meet their new Museum Minis, Kizzy and Harry, whilst enjoying a tea and cupcake. Not forgetting the perfect photo opportunity you’ll have during your meet and greet session with these two adorable Shetlands.


Song’s For a Summer’s Evening

Sunday 14th July at 5.30pm. Tickets £10 per person

Newmarket Community Choir will be taking to the floor in the Rothschild Yard, with a musical performance suitable for a summer’s evening. You can expect to hear a variety of musical numbers, including contemporary and classical pieces with something for everyone to join in with!


Click here for further information and to book tickets.