The National Horseracing Museum

The National Horseracing Museum needs your support

As a charity, now more than ever, we need your support to ensure we can continue to share the story of horseracing in the historic Palace of Charles II for future generations to enjoy.
£2,997
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by 27 supporters
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Story

Our museum complex, opened by Her Majesty The Queen, tells the compelling story of horseracing. From interactive exhibits that celebrate the history of the sport to our amazing collection of sporting art in the King's quarters of Palace House, to the beautiful Rothschild Yard where racehorses are retrained and rehabilitated, to revolving art exhibitions in our contemporary gallery spaces, Palace House is a unique experience for everyone.

As a charity, and an independent museum, donations enable us to care for our vast collections and site in order to tell the exciting stories of horseracing. We rely heavily on the income we receive from ticket purchases to continue our important work for future generations to enjoy and we are delighted to say we have now re-opened following the Covid-19 emergency closure, but we still remain in a recovery stage. We would therefore be extremely grateful if you would consider donating, your support means an incredible amount to us.

About the charity

The National Horseracing Museum

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RCN 283656
In 2016, Palace House, Charles II’s Newmarket palace, was opened by her Majesty The Queen as the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art. This independent museum comprises a wonderful fine art collection, live horses, a gift shop and cafe - an exciting day out for the whole family.

Donation summary

Total raised
£2,996.32
+ £593.00 Gift Aid
Online donations
£2,996.32
Offline donations
£0.00
Direct donations
£2,971.32
Donations via fundraisers
£25.00

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