There is so much to see and do in the historic town of Newmarket. From fabulous accommodation, amazing experiences and wonderful eateries. You will be spoilt for choice in this small part of the eastern region.
This internationally renowned town, has a rich history which is best discovered by booking onto Discover Newmarket’s behind the scenes tours where you will see some of the 3,000 equine residents going about their daily exercise, visit some of the best trainer’s yards and studs in the world, walk in the steps of Royalty in one of our walking and driving tours and truly understand what makes this town so very special.
But we are not all about the horse! We have activities that provide thrills and adventure as well as cultural experiences where you can indulge in the arts or food and drink trails along with relaxing and indulgent spa packages. However active you feel and whatever your taste and budget, browse our website and enjoy making memories in and around the home of horseracing.
20/01/2022Four Places to Dine this Valentines
If you are looking to splash out and indulge in an evening of exquisite food and fine wines, then take a look at our selection below.
13/01/2022Felix Francis: Continuing the Family Business
Discover Newmarket were delighted to recently host an audience with writer Felix Francis, son of famous thriller author Dick Francis whose work features Newmarket locations.
04/01/2022Discover Newmarket in 2022
Planning a staycation? Then why not discover Newmarket in 2022! Set in rolling countryside on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border, Newmarket is rightly considered the birthplace and global centre of thoroughbred horse racing, training and breeding, with royal connections stretching back to James I.
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?