National Horseracing Museum & The Jockey Club Rooms
Coach Visit | National Horseracing Museum
16 July 2012
An opportunity to enjoy the art of racing. The day will start with a tour of the National Horseracing Museum where there is a plethora of racing memorabilia, including famous paintings and sculpture.
In the afternoon, we are lucky to have the rare opportunity to visit the Jockey Club Rooms, not generally open to the general public, where we will be guided by the Chief Steward who will highlight the history of the sport through its many works of art including fine examples of George Stubbs.
This will be followed by a full afternoon tea in one of their beautiful drawing-rooms.