Online tickets remain open before and during each fixture and can be used to purchase tickets on the day of racing.
Yes! Advance ticketing options give you an average of £5 off the gate price
Yes! Online tickets remain open during each fixture and can be used to purchase tickets on the day of racing. You can also buy a ticket on the gate via card payment only.
All tickets will be sent via email. This includes tickets for restaurant and hospitality bookings. You will receive your ticket(s) two weeks before the fixture you are due to attend. If you’ve booked your tickets within two weeks of the fixture, these will be sent immediately. Sometimes these can land in your junk folder so please check before getting in touch.
No, we can scan e-tickets off mobile devices (mobile phones & tablets). If you wish to print them off and bring them along in paper format this is fine.
Once purchased, refunds or transfers on tickets and any other online purchases will only be available in the case of fixture abandonment, event cancellations or if you are unable to attend due to Coronavirus under the ‘Book With Confidence’ promise and not for any other reason.
Please see our terms and conditions of entry for full details.
We have a variety of tickets available to suit all. If you visit the event page for the race day you are interested in there is access information and pricing, as our packages vary between race days. All tickets must be bought in advance. All tickets include access to the live music concerts on music night, with the exception of the Centre Course Enclosure Tickets.
The Centre Course Picnic is open on selected fixtures only. Drive your car into the middle of the race track and choose a spot to park to enjoy the day’s racing. Limited betting facilities and a bar and snack service are available. Please be aware that this ticket does not give customers access to live music concerts or family entertainment when this is taking place.
We welcome children and families. Children 17 and under go free to the races when accompanied by an adult (some exclusions apply for Festival fixtures and Live After Racing events). You’ll need to select a child ticket when making your booking.
Space permitting, you can upgrade your ticket to another enclosure on the day. Please visit the racecourse office.
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Yes, students with valid ID receive a £5 discount. This discount is applied against the on the day ticket price and is only available on Grandstand tickets purchased on the day of racing. Valid Student ID Card required
Customers who wish to redeem vouchers from third-parties must redeem these at least two weeks before the fixture they wish to attend.
Typically, gates open two hours before the first race. For feature and festival fixtures, gates may open earlier.
Check the what’s on fixture page for the date you’re attending for the most up-to-date time, as race times are subject to change.
Races will take place at different times and can also change last minute, so please check your specific fixture.
Typically, the racecourse, along with bars and food outlets, will close shortly after the last race. For Live After Racing nights or themed racenights with music after racing, the live act will perform for an hour to 90 minutes after the last race and the racecourse will close shortly after the performance.
Check the what’s on fixture page for the date you’re attending for the most up-to-date times.
You do not need to provide a negative Covid-19 test result or proof of vaccination. However, please do not attend the racecourse if you:
- Receive a positive Covid-19 test result
- Self-isolating or are told to self-isolate
Face masks are recommended to be worn in all inside and crowded areas. These are no longer mandatory but are recommended for the safety of your fellow racegoers.
Most racegoers choose a smart casual outfit when attending the races and we discourage sportswear and ripped jeans. There are more formal dress codes in place for some of our premier ticket options as well as hospitality and restaurant packages. Please click here to view our dress code.
The Bath Racecourse Shuttle Bus runs before and after each racing fixture. The bus picks up from Manvers Street, outside Bath Spa train station and costs £5 for a return ticket. Children aged 15 and under travel free with a fare-paying adult.View the bus timetable here.
Yes, absolutely. We welcome coach groups to the racecourse. On arrival, coaches will be directed to our allocated coach parking.
Car parking at Bath Racecourse is free and plentiful. If you wish to leave your car overnight, please inform the parking stewards on your arrival and be aware that this is done so at your own risk. As our car park is a golf course, the stewards will direct you outside of any flying golf balls the next day. Please be aware that no caravans can be left overnight.
For Grandstand tickets, restaurant and hospitality (including the Roof Garden), please use the main turnstile entrance. If you’ve booked a centre course ticket, when entering the racecourse – by car or foot – please continue past the main entrance and past the stables into the centre course where you can park.
We’ve been certified by Visit England as ‘Good To Go’, meaning you can be confident that we are taking your safety seriously and are following the latest advice and guidance. Find out about the measures in place to welcome you back racing.
Yes. The Bath Racecourse Shuttle Bus runs before and after each racing fixture. The bus picks up from Manvers Street, outside Bath Spa train station and costs £5 for a return ticket. Children aged 15 and under travel free with a fare-paying adult.View the bus timetable here.
You’ll always be able to grab a drink and bite to eat when you come racing. Different bars and food outlets will be available depending on how busy the fixture is likely to be.
Picnics are permitted in the car park but not inside the enclosures.
No alcohol can be brought into the racecourse. There will be a range of bars open selling a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Barbecues are not allowed to be used at the racecourse.
We do all we can to ensure our visitors enjoy their day. This includes making our venue an easily accessible place and adding in extra features to make guests comfortable wherever possible. Click here for more information.
Carers will receive free admission to the racecourse when accompanying a paying disabled guest.
Carer tickets can be collected from the racecourse office on the fixture when proof of disability is provided (e.g. a Blue Badge (with accompanying photo ID), Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment or signed letter from GP (with accompanying photo ID).)
Please email email@example.com at least 24 hours in advance with your name and details of the fixture you wish to attend to arrange these tickets. Subject to availability.
All Wheelchair users have access to a viewing platform to watch the racing, which is situated within the Grandstand enclosure. Please note: Only the wheelchair user and one carer have access to the viewing platform, the rest of the party are only entitled access to the enclosure which they purchased their tickets for.
To find out more, please click here.
Visitors no longer need to provide a Covid Pass to attend fixtures.
Yes – bookmakers will still accept cash and some will also accept debit cards. There are no cash machines on the racecourse so if cash is your preferred method then please ensure you bring this with you.
Betting at the horse racing is a time-honoured tradition. If you wish to join in, there are a number of places across the racecourse where you can place a bet – either with the tote, which is a pool betting option (similar to the lottery) or with the on-course bookmakers.
Find out more about betting at the racecourse.
No – There are no cash machines on site. All catering and bars accept debit or credit card payments only. The tote, along with bookmakers do accept cash payment and some may also accept debit card payments (no credit cards).
All bars and food outlets are cashless and will be accepting card and contactless payments only. However bookmakers and the tote will still accept cash payments. As there are no cash machines on the racecourse, please bring cash with you if this is your preferred payment method with bookmakers.
Download your free, digital racecard on the morning of racing here. Printed racecards will be available to purchase at the racecourse.
Unless you have booked a ticket with a reserved seat included, a restaurant package or hospitality option, there is only limited seating available across the racecourse and the majority will be outside.
Chairs will not be allowed to be brought into the racecourse during weekend fixtures, unless for medical reasons. For all other fixtures, we take a pragmatic approach and allow chairs into the racecourse when crowd size allows. This is always at the discretion of the safety officer on the day.
Our brand-new app is coming! More details will be available shortly.
Smoking is permitted in the allocated smoking rings across the racecourse. Smoking is not permitted in the grandstands.
There are numerous places nearby that we’d recommend. Visit our ‘Where To Stay’ page or visit the local tourism website for options and availability.
For turf tracks, the amount of rainfall will impact the ‘Going’ at the racecourse. Simply put, this is the condition of the racing surface and how ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ the ground is. Different horses enjoy different ground conditions and therefore the going reports are vital for a horse’s trainer and owner in deciding when and where a horse should run.
The health and safety of all participants and horses is our top priority. If the racing surface is deemed unraceable (this could be due to waterlogging, frozen surfaces or even too hard a surface) or extreme weather conditions are unsafe, a fixture will be abandoned. If this happens, customers will be alerted and the information will be available immediately on our website – there is no need to call.
Full or partial refunds will be automatically provided according to our refund policy, available on our terms and conditions of entry.
With the exception of Guide Dogs of the Blind and other Assistance Dogs, dogs are not permitted to enter the racecourse. In the interests of animal welfare, no dogs are permitted to be left in cars and we politely request that all dogs are left at home.
At all meetings we ask you to ensure that no flash photography takes place near the horses.
Otherwise, you are welcome to take photographs for personal non-commercial use only. During live music and entertainment, the artists' management retain all image rights. Any photographer that is felt to be impeding or contravening these rights without accreditation and prior written consent will be requested to leave the premises.
You cannot take images for commercial purposes without prior permission from the racecourse and provision of press accreditation.
Professional filming and photography takes place here at the racecourse for various publications and broadcasting and race goers (including families) consent to being filmed, photographed and otherwise recorded by the Racecourse or any authorised third-party. By entering the racecourse, you accept our terms and conditions of entry, which authorised by the Racecourse the right to broadcast, publish, licence and use any photographs, film, recordings or images of you without payment or other compensation in any promotional literature produced by Arena Racing Company. Full copies of our Terms & Conditions are available here.