Palace House part of the National Horse Racing Museum is the Home of the British Sporting Art Trust
Palace House is situated on the site of the palace built by Charles II in 1671 for his bi-annual visits to Newmarket. The Fred Packard Museum and Gallleries of British Sporting Art are located in the remaining portion of the palace. Here the permanent displays of the very best of sporting art are located.
The National Horse Racing Museum is the home of the BSAT Paul Mellon Library for British Sporting Art and the BSAT archive. The library will open for researchers later on in the year.
Membership of the BSAT gives free access to National Horse Racing Museum.
Palace House Opening Times
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
Winter Opening Hours (1st November- 31st March)