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Circus Family Funday

A relaxed, fun afternoon race day suitable for all the family! Join us at our Circus Skills workshop in a traditional big top, or let the kids ride the funfair rides during the afternoon. Traditional side shows available for all ages to battle it out – coconut shies, bat the rat – a proper summer fete feel!

Gates open – 10:30 (Course Enclosure) 11:00 Rest of the course

First Race – 14:05

Last Race – 17:00



Book your admission tickets in advance and save up to 20% off the gate price!

  • Premier £24On the gate £26
  • Grandstand & Paddock £16On the gate £18
  • Concessions are available in the Grandstand & Paddock Enclosure – £12 for those aged 65+ and students with a valid student card
  • Course Enclosure £7 – On the gate £8 – if you are travelling by car you will need to purchase a car park ticket £10 or £12 on the gate
  • Under 18s are free of charge across all Enclosures and must be accompanied by a paying adult at all times.
  • Disabled visitor tickets are available at admission full price (Carer goes free) A presentation of a Blue Badge is required. If a carer is looking after an under 18 the carer will need to buy a Enclosure admission.
  • Parking is Free for all Premier and Grandstand admission tickets – Parking is located in the Westwood off York Road


The Paddock Club has now SOLD OUT for Sunday 28th August.


Make your day at the races extra special with a package in one of our private suites. Packages start from £91+ VAT. Why not make a booking in the Attraction Restaurant, our Premier Restaurant at Beverley Racecourse. Packages start from £82pp

For more info head to our dining & hospitality page for details on packages, menus and how to book – Click here

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Plan Your Day



We are committed to making the racecourse an enjoyable day out for everyone. Visit our accessibility page for full information.


Getting Here

There’s lots of ways to get to the course, from car to bus to train. Why not visit historic Beverley first, before a pleasant stroll amidst the hundreds of Beverley folk making their way up to the course for the afternoon’s racing? Visit our Plan Your Day page for full information.

Plan Your Day


Free parking is available outside the course on the Westwood, or if you’d like to bring your car into the Course Enclosure it’s from £7 and must be booked at the same times as your tickets ahead of the day. Visit our Plan Your Day page for full information.

Plan Your Day

Eating & Drinking

There’s a wealth of bars and eateries available on course for you to try out, from restaurants and champagne bars to BBQ caterers and real ale. Visit our Enclosures page to see what’s available where. In the Course Enclosure, alcohol is permitted, but only as part of a substantial picnic – we allow 4 cans of lager (or equivalent) or one bottle of wine per person as a guideline. We do not permit bottles of any neat spirits to be brought in.


Dress Code

You are welcome to wear what you like in the Course and Grandstand & Paddock Enclosures, but in the Premier Enclosure we suggest you make the most of the opportunity to dress up (it is the races after all!) Tailored shorts and t-shirts are fine; we just ask your overall appearance is smart. Sports wear and fancy dress is not permitted, other than on themed racedays.



You can place bets with the Tote or on-course bookmakers, who can be found in all of our enclosures. There’s plenty of choice when betting, from straightforward win or each way bets to forecasts, placepots & more. Visit our Plan Your Day page for full information.

Plan Your Day

Raceday Programmes

Digital Race Programmes will be sent to all ticket holders. They tell you what horses are running on the day, who’s riding them, what colours they’ll be in and their recent form, as well as tips on how to bet, where to eat and drink & information on the course.



Dogs are not allowed on a raceday for safety reasons, with the exception of guide and hearing dogs. Please don’t leave any dogs in your parked car – on a hot day the police will be called.



If you’re visiting from further afield, Beverley is a beautiful area to stay and explore. Browse everything from the cosiest B&Bs to beautiful holiday lets on Visit Hull & East Yorkshire’s useful accommodation guide.