Ascot Racecourse is synonymous with quality, style and excellence in providing unparralleled racing and a memorable day out. Although best known for its flat racing, proudly hosting the Royal Ascot Meeting each June, the racecourse also hosts jumps meetings from November until April.
You will receive a confirmation email which you will need to bring with you to Ascot Racecourse on the day in order to receive your tickets.
The King Edward VII Enclosure is our premium ticket on all racedays outside of Royal Ascot providing racegoers exclusive access to Level 4 of the Grandstand. From the balconies on Level 4, racegoers can enjoy spectacular views of both the thrilling action on the track and the Winners Enclosure in the Parade Ring.
Racegoers will also be able to enjoy an even wider selection of bars and restaurants, as you escape from the hustle and bustle of Queen Anne Enclosure. On our premier racedays, racegoers will also have exclusive access to the lawns in front of the Winning Post.
The Queen Anne Enclosure provides excellent facilities and viewing areas at ground level. The Parade Ring and track are both within a short walking distance, reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand. There are a variety of places to eat and drink, with betting available from the bookmakers in the betting ring, totepool kiosks, and betting shops in the main Grandstand.
Please note: Racegoers in this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand. The opportunity to upgrade to King Edward VII Enclosure is subject to availability on the day.
Children under 18 years are allowed into the racecourse free of charge on all racedays, when accompanied by a paying adult.
Guidance is provided on how to dress for a day at the races (for racedays outside the Royal Meeting).
FLAT SEASON (MAY TO OCTOBER)
Ladies should dress as for a smart occasion and are encouraged to wear hats.Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Trainers are not allowed.Children aged 17 and under should adhere to the King Edward VII Enclosure dress code, however this does not apply to very young children.Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted within Ascot Racecourse.
JUMPS SEASON (NOVEMBER TO APRIL)
Gentlemen usually wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie, and ladies like to dress as for a smart occasion. Whilst this style of dress is preferred in King Edward VII Enclosure during the Jumps season, it is not compulsory.Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted within Ascot Racecourse.
Whilst we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies in the Queen Anne Enclosure area during either the Flat or Jumps season. Bare chests are not permitted at any time.
Fancy dress and replica sports shirts are NOT permitted at Ascot Racecourse.Ascot Racecourse reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone deemed to be dressed inappropriately.
Any customers who picnic in other areas of the grounds or in the Grandstand will be asked to move and, in extreme circumstances, may be asked to leave the site altogether.
Picnics are not permitted in King Edward VII Enclosure or inside the Grandstand.
Informal picnics are permitted into the car parks; however, formal entertaining will be stopped. We do not allow barbecues or hot food to be brought onto racecourse property; this includes all enclosures, coach and car parks.
Furniture: Throughout the year we have a picnic blanket only policy; no other furniture is permitted onto the racecourse. If you have a need to bring a fold away chair due to a specific medical requirement, please contact our access officer - Access.Officer@ascot.co.uk
Alcohol: To embrace the celebratory nature of racing at Ascot, each customer (over the age of 18) is permitted to bring with them one bottle of sparkling wine or Champagne to accompany their picnic. No other type of alcoholic drink will be permitted into the racecourse grounds and all picnics will be searched on entry. There are a substantial number of bars available inside the Grandstand and surrounding lawns. For clarity, bottles of Beer, Cider, Spirits, Wine, Pimms or similar will not be allowed onto the racecourse.
PLEASE VISIT http://www.ascot.co.uk/ FOR UPDATES ON ASCOT RACECOURSE RULES.