Tickets and Prices
2022 Fixtures – Admission Prices
Regular Ticket – £24 in advance / £26 on the gate
Saturday Fixtures – £27 in advance / £29 on the gate
Ladies Day (10th August) – £34 in advance / £36 on the gate
Ladies Day (10th August) 5-17 years old – £11 in advance
Disabled visitor tickets are available at £24, £27 Saturdays and £34 Ladies Day (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.
Grandstand & Paddock
Regular Ticket – £16 in advance / £18 on the gate
Concessions (65+ and Students) – £12 in advance / £13 on the gate
Ladies Day (10th August) – £18 in advance / £20 on the day
Ladies Day Concessions (65+ and Students) £14 in advance
Under 18s are FREE OF CHARGE as long as they are accompanied by a paying Adult
Disabled visitor tickets are available at £16, £18 Ladies Day (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.
Regular Ticket – £7 in advance / £8 on the gate
Car Ticket – £7 in advance / £8 on the gate
Minibus or Campervans – £12 in advance / £13 on the gate
Ladies Day (10th August) – £10 in advance / £11 on the gate
Ladies Day (10th August) / Circus Family Funday (28th August) Car Ticket – £10 in advance
Ladies Day (10th August) / Circus Family Funday (28th August) Minibus or Campervans – £20 in advance
Under 18s are FREE OF CHARGE as long as they are accompanied by a paying Adult
Disabled visitor tickets are available £7, £10 Ladies Day (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.
Hospitality and Attraction Restaurant bookings will be available from January 10th, 2022 once packages and prices have been confirmed.
A day at the races is packed with fun and adrenaline. The sight of these equine athletes galloping past at full speed just metres away, while the sound of thundering hooves and cheering crowds fill the air makes a day at the races a wonderful place to bring the whole family for a day out and interest children in this fabulous sport from an early age.
Children are welcome in any enclosure at all of our racedays and if you have younger children you might especially enjoy one of our themed family days, with extra entertainment. Check them all out on our What’s On page; there’s a sneak preview of what to expect in our gallery below.
For any really young visitors, we’ve changing facilities in all enclosures and private areas to feed if required; just contact us ahead of your visit. We’ve also organised child size portions at some of our catering units so feeding them needn’t break the bank; visit our Dining & Hospitality page to find out more.
From the M62
Take Junction 37 and follow A614/A163 signed to Market Weighton. Follow the A1079/A1035 to the Racecourse.
Take the A1079/A1035 via Market Weighton to the Racecourse.
From Hull & Lincolnshire
Join the A1079 and turn right at the Roundabout onto the A1035.
Beverley is located on the Hull to Scarborough line. Trains from Hull to Beverley run approximately every 25 minutes.
The local rail operators are Northern Rail, Hull Trains and GNER.
Taking into account the one way system, the racecourse is around 1.7 miles from the train station by car. Walking distance will be less.
For train times, visit National Rail or call 08457 48 49 50.
Regular bus services direct to Beverley run from Hull, York and Leeds. There’s a bus stop outside the racecourse.
For timetable information, please visit the East Yorkshire Motor Services website.
Plentiful free parking for vehicles of all sizes is available on the grassy Westwood opposite the course and is clearly signposted. We don't watch cars left overnight, but you can leave them at your own risk. Alternatively, you can bring your car on course into the Course Enclosure. This is pre-bookable in advance only for 2021 and you can book your vehicle place at the same time as booking your tickets. There is disabled parking in both car parks, with easy access to facilities, please just ask one of our stewards to direct you on arrival.
Arrival and Bag Checks
Please allow plenty of time to get into the course, particularly on busy days. To speed things up we strongly recommend you book in advance and arrive around one-and-a-half to two hours before the first race: peak queues tend to form around 30 minutes before the first race, so avoid this if possible. Our staff work to get everyone in as quickly as possible but when everyone arrives at the same time, it can be tricky!
We conduct checks of all bags brought into the Grandstand & Paddock and Premier Enclosures – please do not bring any alcohol, food, drink or (need we say it) weapons of any kind into the course. These will be confiscated if you do, and not returned to you.
We also conduct random checks on cars coming into the Course Enclosure to ensure the alcohol limit is being observed.
You have two ways of betting on course at Beverley; with our traditional on course bookmakers, or the Tote.
The Tote is available on-course and is a pool betting service (like a lottery). This means that for each race, all the money for the different bet types are put into one pool and then shared out amongst the winners after each race. Your betting on the racecourse with the Tote supports racing, with the majority of revenues flowing back to that racecourse.
There are several bet types available with the Tote such as win, place, each way (win and a place bet) and an exacta (picking the first two in the correct order). One of the most famous tote bets is the placepot which rewards customers who can pick a horse to place in each of the first 6 races. The average dividend of the Placepot is over £454* to a £1 stake so it is a fun bet where you can a large amount for a small stake.
The Tote has a minimum bet of just £2 and accepts cash and card across all courses making it one of the most convenient ways to place a bet on-course with large payouts available for relatively small stakes
You also have the option to place a ‘Lucky Pick’ bet, which is similar to the lucky dip on the National Lottery. However, the Lucky Pick is designed to be smarter than a random lucky dip as it uses a special formula which is weighted towards the more likely outcomes in an event.
Whatever way you make your selection- by choosing your favourite jockey silks or studying form, there are plenty of betting options and the friendly Tote team are always on hand to help with your selections.
Eating and Drinking
There’s a wealth of places to eat and drink throughout the course; the Attraction Restaurant, Cleverly’s Bistro, our beautiful Laurent Perrier Champagne bar in the Premier Enclosure and real ale outlets; visit our Enclosures page to see what’s available where.
We actively support the RCA and Drink Aware’s Pace Yourself campaign – encouraging responsible drinking on a raceday to make sure you last the distance. Find out more about Drink Aware here but the message is simple – allow one soft drink to every alcoholic one.
Visit Beverley with confidence knowing that we have a zero tolerance policy on antisocial behaviour; the police are present at most racedays and anyone found to be drunk and disorderly will be evicted with no refund.
What to Wear
We operate a suggested dress code at Beverley. This is the most relaxed area on course, feel free to dress comfortably – shorts, T-shirts and (non-offensive!) fancy dress are all fine.
The Grandstand & Paddock sports a variety of styles seen; on busy days dresses and smart jackets wouldn’t be out of place here, but on quieter days attire is generally more relaxed. Jeans, trainers, sportswear and (non offensive!) fancy dress are all welcome here too.
This is our smartest enclosure so why not dress to impress! Suits, dresses, ties and hats are all welcome in this enclosure. Whilst we suggest you make the most of the opportunity to dress up (it is the races after all), tailored shorts and t-shirts are permitted; we just suggest your overall appearance is smart. Sports wear and fancy dress is not permitted, other than on the Bygone Raceday and 70s Racenight.
Where to Stay
If you’re visiting from further afield, Beverley is a beautiful area to stay and explore. Check out some of our favourite local hotels below, alternatively browse everything from the cosiest B&Bs to beautiful holiday lets on Visit Hull & East Yorkshire’s useful accommodation guide here.
The Pipe & Glass
Boasting East Yorkshire’s only Michelin star, the Pipe and Glass is a comfortable country pub located just down the road from the course in rural South Dalton. Offering nine luxury rooms across two sites; The Garden Rooms and the newly opened Old Lambing Yard; each boutique room features unique interiors and first-class facilities.
Guests can tuck into classic ‘pub grub’ dishes in the traditional bar or enjoy the highest standards of modern cuisine in the restaurant before retiring to the comfort of your room.
Thanks to the brilliant location of this hotel, everything you need is only a walk away – from the impressive Beverley Minster to a host of gorgeous shopping opportunities, and just a short taxi ride to the racecourse itself.
Sample dinner at the on-site Thyme restaurant before relaxing in style in one of the new-generation bedrooms, each featuring an impressive 40″ flat screen TV, bright, modern bathroom with a large shower head and slumber-inducing, king-size Hypnos bed.
Beverley Arms Hotel
Packed with character The Beverley Arms provides a luxurious experience in the Georgian Quarter of Beverley opposite St Mary’s Church and close to the Westwood and Beverley racecourse.
The bedrooms provide a quiet haven from the bustling town and are a perfect blend of beautiful original features and modern designs to create a totally unique space. Stylish and sophisticated with a depth of character and the most comfortable beds for a great night’s sleep – these rooms really are a cut above.