Monday 6 May - Visitor Information


05 May 2019

Here's some useful information to help you get the most out of your day. 

Gates open at 12.00pm. There are seven exciting races taking place starting from 2.15pm. The last race is at 5.45pm and the event finishes at 6.00pm. 

Kids can also take part in a running race down the track straight after the second race at 2.50pm. 

A range of bars and food outlets are available serving hot and cold food and drink. 
As it's a family fun day, picnics can also be brought into the Racecourse (excluding alcohol). 

If you've bought the family package ticket with doughnuts included, you'll need to redeem your voucher in the Final Furlong in the family zone.

All the family entertainment will be located past the Langridge Stand and is included in your ticket price.

Please be aware that there is no family entertainment in the Centre Course. If you've purchased a Centre Course ticket and would like to access the family entertainment, you can upgrade your ticket on the day.

F45 Training Bath has created a fun 'Jockey Workout' to target the key areas essential to be a top jockey! There'll be four sessions by the Final Furlong in the family zone; 1.00pm, 1.45pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm. Great fun for parents and kids! 

There are seven races taking place starting from 2.15pm and finishing at 5.45pm. 
A total of 56 runners have been declared to compete. 

The going is currently: Firm, Good to Firm in places.

As it's Kids Takeover Racing, there'll be a racing area located past the Langridge Stand with fun information and activities. Kids can dress up as a jockey, ride the racing simulator and test the going. 

Plus, Archie, Bath's mascot, will be giving out kids' activity packs. 

We're located north of Bath City Centre and are easily accessed from Bristol and the M4.

There is a shuttle bus service to the racecourse from Manvers Street, adjacent from Bath Spa train station. The first bus leaves the station at 11.45am and runs every 45 minutes until 2.00pm. The return bus departs the racecourse at 5.15pm, 6.00pm and 6.45pm. 
Tickets cost £5.00 per person and accompanied under 15s have no charge.

Parking at the racecourse is free.

Cars can only be left overnight in designated areas only (and at your own risk). You must alert the parking attendant to avoid being towed.

There is no formal dress code for public areas of the racecourse, however, most racegoers opt for a smart-casual dress.

A smart-casual dress code applies if you have a hospitality or Roof Garden ticket.

We take security and safety very seriously. There will be a strong security presence and you will be subject to a bag search on arrival.

Please be patient and limit the bags you bring.

We ask all racegoers to not leave bags unattended and to report anything suspicious to a member of staff.

Above, enjoy your time with at Bath Racecourse.

For any other questions, please contact us.

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