History & Heritage Walking Tour

Three tour options available!

Discover Newmarket is proud to bring you this fascinating tour.

 

The History and Heritage Tour includes a historic Walking Tour where you can discover the history and heritage of Newmarket from the time of King James I to the present day and learn how the town has developed into the international Home of Horseracing.

 

Starting at 09.00 at the top of the high street at the Bill Tutte Memorial, the tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls. The walking tour on it’s own will last approx two hours.

 

If you choose the supplementry option of breakfast along with the walking tour, you will then be taken to the finishing point of Nancy’s Teashop, where you will enjoy a sumptuous breakfast tier.

 

The complete History and Heritage walking tour includes both the full walking tour and breakfast tier at Nancy’s teashop outlined above, as well as the newly opened National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art which is situated in Charles II’s sporting palace and stables and spans five acres in the heart of Newmarket. During the visit there will be time to enjoy lunch in the Tack Room restaurant if desired after exploring the sites three complimentary attractions.

 

These include; a new National Horseracing Museum, a National Art Gallery of British Sporting Art, and a chance to meet former racehorses and learn what they do after racing, in the flagship home of Retraining of Racehorses.

 

For larger groups, a driving tour of the town can be arranged in place of the Walking Tour and this will also take in the famous Newmarket Gallops where visitors will see some of the 2,500 racehorses exercising on Warren Hill.

Option 1: Walking tour only – £12

 

09.00: Starting at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the Walking Tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls.

 

11:00: Tour ends

 

Option 2: Walking Tour with Breakfast tier at Nancy’s teashop – £22

 

09.00: Starting at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the Walking Tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls.

 

11.00:  Enjoy at Sumptous Breakfast Tier at Nancy’s Tea Shop.

 

Option 3: Walking Tour with Breakfast tier at Nancy’s teashop followed by a visit to the new Heritage Centre. – £35

 

09.00: Starting at 9.00am at the top of the high street by the Bill Tutte Memorial, the Walking Tour will take in sights of historical interest including Palace House, the Jockey Club Rooms, All Saints Church and Tattersalls.

 

11.00  Enjoy at Sumptuous Breakfast Tier at Nancy’s Tea Shop.

 

12.00 – 13.00   Visit to the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art which features three complimentary attractions; a new National Horseracing Museum, a National Art Gallery of British Sporting Art, and a chance to meet former racehorses and learn what they do after racing, in the flagship home of Retraining of Racehorses.

 

Please be advised that tours depart promptly at the scheduled start time so we recommend arriving at the meeting point a minimum of 15 minutes in advance. 

2017 Dates:

 

Saturday 22nd July

Saturday 12th August- 1940’s themed

Walking Tour Only: £12 per person

Walking tour with breakfast from Nancy’s teahop: £22

Walking tour with breakfast from Nancy’s teahop, followed by a visit to the Heritage centre: £35

 

Minimum of two people / Group Discounts Available

 

Call a member of the Discover Newmarket team on 0344 7489200 Option 2 to book or to find out more.

 

We can also arrange bespoke History & Heritage Tours 7 days a week for groups or individuals – For large groups, a driving tour of the town can be arranged in place of the Walking Tour and this will also take in the famous Newmarket Gallops where visitors will see some of the 2,500 racehorses exercising on Warren Hill.

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