The racecourse is clearly signposted and just minutes from Junctions 12 and 13 of the M4, also easily accessible from the M3. The course is clearly signposted from the M4 and from the A34 South of Newbury. There is ample FREE on-the-day parking.
How to find us
Newbury Racecourse, in Berkshire, is conveniently situated in the centre of the South of England, and easily accessible from Junctions 12 and 13 of the M4, from the M3 and A34. The Racecourse offers free on-site parking and even has its own railway station meaning it couldn’t be easier to get here.
TRAVEL ON RACEDAYS
Newbury Racecourse hosts 31 racedays in 2023, both over jumps and on the flat. You can find out how to get here courtesy of the information on this page.
Newbury Racecourse offers free on-site parking to all racegoers.
Car Parks 4 & 5 are open on all racedays and Newbury Racecourse Members and hospitality guests receive priority parking in these car parks.
All those attending Newbury Racecourse with a General Admission ticket or those wishing to purchase a General Admission ticket on a raceday itself should park in Car Parks 4 & 5.
Those parking in Car Parks 4 & 5 would then enter the Racecourse via East Gate.
Car Park 1 – located in the centre of the course – is open on all Saturday racedays in 2023 as well as Thursday 9th November and Friday 1st December and this car park is strictly reserved for Newbury Racecourse Members and those with Premier Enclosure tickets on these dates.
Newbury Racecourse is easily accessible from the North, East and West via the M4, A4 and Hambridge Road – those attending from these directions should use the postcode RG14 7PN and follow the yellow and brown signage to the appropriate car parks.
Those driving to Newbury Racecourse from the South via A34, A339 and Racecourse Road should use the postcode RG14 7NZ.
Newbury Racecourse has its own station, one stop from Newbury Station with direct trains from London Paddington on major racedays.
Once arriving at Newbury Racecourse station, racegoers have a short walk (1-2 minutes) to the Racecourse and can enter via East Gate.
Newbury Racecourse is within an hour of Heathrow and Southampton airports, with both airports serving a number of popular destinations.
TRAVEL ON NON-RACEDAYS
Newbury Racecourse plays host to a wide range of non-racing events throughout the year. If you’re visiting the Racecourse on a non-raceday, you can find out how to get here below.
Newbury Racecourse offers free on-site parking on all non-racedays.
Those attending the Racecourse on a non-raceday should park in Car Parks 4 & 5 and then enter the Racecourse via the East Gate.
Newbury Racecourse is easily accessible by road and those attending non-raceday events should use the postcode RG14 7PN.
Newbury Racecourse station, the Racecourse’s very own railway station is just a short walk (1-2 minutes) from the Racecourse and those arriving via train on non-racedays can enter via the East Gate.