All tours begin promptly at the time stated so please ensure that you arrive 15 minutes before. More detailed information about your tour can be found on our website www.discovernewmarket.co.uk/tours.
Your tour comprises of visits to fully operational, working establishments with environments that are susceptible to change. For the safety of our visitors and to ensure a high standard of visitor experience, Discover Newmarket reserves the right to alter itineraries if it deems necessary. Equally, Discover Newmarket cannot guaranty which horses will be available to view and at times there may be reduced numbers.
Please ensure that you dress accordingly for the weather conditions and wear appropriate footwear for your own comfort. Most of our tours are conducted outdoors, and you are likely to be walking on grass and unpaved areas. All our vehicles have full wheelchair access. However, in order to provide the best possible service for those with specific accessibility needs, do please contact us in advance to discuss.
Tickets are non-refundable although under exceptional circumstances we will endeavour to transfer your booking where possible. In the unlikely event that Discover Newmarket has to cancel, then a full refund will be issued. We reserve the right to cancel the tour, if the required minimum number for each tour is not met. Please note, that due to COVID-19 there are now new procedures in place. Please ensure that you are familiar with our guidelines in advance of your tour www.discovernewmarket.co.uk/covid-19-guidance/
26/11/2021The Yellow Brick Road Christmas Family Trail
Join Dorothy on Newmarket’s Yellow Brick Road for a Christmas Adventure!
17/11/2021Christmas in Newmarket 2021
With fingers crossed and an air of caution, it looks like this Christmas will be returning to near normal and, in any case, certainly better than what we all endured in 2020.
08/11/2021Happy St Edmunds Day!
Did you now that Bury St Edmunds, a beautiful historic town, just 14 miles from Newmarket, takes its name from Edmund, the original Patron Saint of England and King of East Anglia?
This year Love Newmarket is pleased to bring back the annual Christmas lights switch on which will happen at 7 pm on Friday 19th November.
15/10/2021What’s Spooky in Newmarket this Halloween!
Why do we dress up and get all spooky each year around the 31st October?
13/10/2021Newmarket Family Treasure Hunt
The Newmarket Family Treasure Hunt is a new initiative aimed at encouraging families to spend some time together outdoors, potentially winning a prize for their efforts.
14/09/2021Celebrating World Sake Day
World Sake Day or “Nihonshu no Hi” is a significant day in the Japanese calendar with celebrations held annually on 1st October.
The Newmarket Gold Season is a four-week period stretching across September and October encompassing the autumn highlights for town’s racing and breeding industry; the time of the year when Newmarket becomes the hub for the international horse racing industry.