Palace House opens its doors to the public

The British Sporting Art Trust are pleased to announce that The Fred Packard Museum and Galleries of British Sporting Art are now open to the public. The new art gallery forms part of Palace House National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art. The BSAT are delighted to have achieved one of its founding objectives, a gallery dedicated to the genre.

The BSAT is one of three charities that have come together to create the heritage centre. Members of the BSAT are entitled to free entry into the gallery and 10% discount in the Tack Room Restaurant and shop