Sitting within beautiful woodland adjacent to Windsor Great Park, the Ascot Grandstand perfectly complements the rural Berkshire landscape. Racegoers can enjoy elevated and covered viewing or watch the action unfold from the trackside lawns or by the rails. With spectacular restaurants and bars to enjoy plus a range of entertainment away from the track, guests will have a truly memorable day. By booking in advance you will enjoy savings on the on-the-day price.
Racegoers can enjoy elevated and covered viewing or watch the action unfold from the trackside lawns or by the rails. There is also access to the Pre-Parade Ring and the Parade Ring, off-track entertainment and spectacular restaurants and bars to enjoy. By booking in advance you will enjoy savings on the on-the-day price.
Bars and restaurants
There are a number of spectacular bars and restaurants to choose from such as a la Carte and self-service restaurants, champagne bars, and concessions including Bangers and Bubbles and Wood Fired Pizza Company.Click here for more information. Fine dining packages are avialble for guests to enjoy sumptuous cuisine complemented by thrilling racing action.Click here for more information.
Children Go Free
Ascot is proud to be at the forefront of introducing a new generation to racing. Under 18s can go free to Grandstand or Premier Admission to any raceday when accompanied by an adult (maximum four per adult).
Ascot is best enjoyed with friends, family or colleagues. Our Party Packages for 10 or more people offer great savings and convenience by including the cost of admission, a £2 Tote betting voucher, a Racecard and three drinks (beer or house wine only) for each guest. Group ticket discounts are also available for 10+. For more information email[email protected]or call +44 (0)1344 878 536
Here is some guidance on what to wear during the Flat season, which runs from April to October.
King Edward VII Enclosure (formerly Premier Admission) and Winning Post Enclosure (Shergar Cup and King George VI Weekend)
Queen Anne Enclosure (formerly Grandstand Admission)
WHAT TO WEAR: FLAT SEASON
KING EDWARD VII & WINNING POST ENCLOSURES
Ladies should dress as for a smart occasion. Hats or fascinators are preferred but not mandatory.
Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Trainers are not allowed.
Children aged 17 and under should adhere to the King Edward VII Enclosure dress code; however this does not apply to very young children.
Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted within the King Edward VII Enclosure.
WHAT TO WEAR: FLAT SEASON
QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE
Whilst we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies in the Queen Anne Enclosure area during the Flat season.
Please note that bare chests are not permitted at any time.
Fancy dress and replica sports shirts are not permitted at Ascot Racecourse.
King Edward VII Enclosure
Our exclusive fourth floor offers, for many, the quintessential Ascot experience. With seated balconies overlooking both the Parade Ring and track, racegoers have unsurpassed views of the action before during and after each race. A captivating environment to watch the spectacle unfold, guests will enjoy a selection of elegant bars and dining options. By booking in advance you will enjoy savings on the on-the-day price. In addition, racegoers in the King Edward VII Enclosure at the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup have a priority period to secure stage-side viewing of the after racing music concert.
The King Edward VII Enclosure gives you exclusive access to the Fourth floor of the Grandstand with over 1,500 seats. Racegoers can look forward to panoramic views of the track and Windsor Great Park beyond.
Elegant Bars and Restaurants
Guests can enjoy elegant bars such as the newly refurbished Frankel Bar; the most sought-after location on Level 4, the brand new Horsewalk Inn or the Caviar & Prunier Seafood Bar which offers a selection of seafood dishes and champagne. For more information click here.
Children Go Free
Ascot is proud to be at the forefront of introducing a new generation to racing. Under 18s are free in both the Queen Anne and King Edward VII Enclosures when accompanied by an adult (maximum four per adult).
Fine Dining at Ascot offer guests sumptuous lunches, afternoon teas and fine wines in stunning restaurants including our new On5 Restaurant which offers fine dining with panoramic views across the racecourse.
Ascot has an extensive range of private boxes, each consisting of a private bar and dining room with a large flat screen television, bespoke catering options, and a balcony that offers a prime view of the racing. Betting facilities are easily accessible on every level.