What to Wear

Whilst we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies in the Queen Anne Enclosure during either the Flat or Jumps season.

Food & Drink

The Queen Anne Enclosure offers racegoers a wide range of bars serving wines, beers, spirits & Champagne; teas and coffees by Lavazza, street food pop-ups and on the go options.

Whether it's a hearty classic such as fish and chips, a Wood Fired Pizza, mac and cheese, Lavazza coffe, a seasonal cocktail or glass of Moët and Chandon Champagne you're after, the Queen Anne Enclosure caters for everyone. 

Outlets open vary from raceday to raceday - please check the raceday you're attending for further information.

The Story of Queen Anne

It was while riding out in 1711 that Queen Anne discovered an open heath ‘Ideal for horses to gallop at full stretch’. The first race was organised that very same year and Ascot Racecourse was established.