THE COURTYARD ASCOT RACECOURSE
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The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse TicketsFrom its modest start hosting a seven-horse race in 1711, The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse has become the main stage for thoroughbred horse racing in Europe. Located in Berkshire, England, only 6 miles from Windsor Castle, it hosts the famous Royal Ascot races. These draw 300,000 people annually over five days. Each year sees 13 other Group 1 horse races run over the course. The Royal Enclosure originated in 1807 as reserved accommodations for King George III and family plus guests. This also marked the inaugural year of the Gold Cup, still a hallmark Ascot race. The Queen Elizabeth II Grandstand opened in 1961 and underwent major renovations to modernize and enlarge it in 2006. Ascot Racecourse also hosts special events such as live concerts centred around particular horseraces, jump races and beer festivals. Join the festivities and grab The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse tickets at StubHub.
What is The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse seating capacity?The racecourse venue at Ascot has a spectator capacity of 70,000 with 30,000 stadium seats in the grandstand.
Where are the best seats at The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse?The Royal Enclosure offers the most prestigious way to view the action at Ascot. However, the Queen Anne Enclosure is the best viewing area for a general admission ticket. It ensures easy access to casual dining or fine cuisine, raised terraces for unobstructed viewing and an opportunity to see the Royal Procession. The dress code is formal.
Is there on-site parking?Ascot has over 6,000 parking spaces on the grounds. Parking is complimentary.
Is there a dress code at The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse?The Royal Ascot is an elegant affair, and the Royal Enclosure requires you to dress accordingly. The dress code is formal daywear. This means a dress or skirt falling just above the knees and a top with straps or sleeves for ladies. Women may also wear trouser suits or jumpsuits of the designated length. Ladies and girls may wear a hat or headpiece. Girls can wear a fascinator, but ladies may not. For gentlemen, attire is morning dress, meaning waistcoat and tie, black dress shoes and a black or grey top hat. Only the Windsor Enclosure does not have a similar dress requirement. The grounds recommend hats or headpieces everywhere.
What are my dining choices at the Ascot Racecourse?You can enjoy a quaint and traditional picnic before the races start or during the event. The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse Tickets allow you to picnic in the carpark or various other designated areas. Become familiar with which enclosures allow you to bring in food and all regulations restricting picnic basket contents. At the other extreme, you can enjoy exquisite fare prepared by Michelin-starred chefs at Rogan's Green Yard Restaurant or the Panoramic Restaurant. Or, you may prefer a more casual dining experience at Wood Fire Pizza Company. Lavazza On 4 serves coffee and tea. Plus, there are cocktail and champagne bars.
Is there public transportation to The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse?There is a train station about half a mile from the course. Trains run regularly from Reading, London and other cities.
Should I get a sitter or is The Courtyard Ascot Racecourse child-friendly?Horse racing events at Ascot Racecourse are suitable for the entire family. Children under 9 years of age gain free admission.
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