Where to be for the best views
Winning Post Enclosure
Chester’s most premium ticketed enclosure is situated adjacent to the Winning Post itself and within the heart of the buzzing paddock. The Winning Post is the perfect spot to socialise and soak in all of the atmosphere a day's racing at Chester has to offer. This adult only enclosure is partially covered with informal seating and offers a degree of shelter from the elements.
County Course Stand
Overlooking The Final Furlong and The Winning Post, the County Concourse is a premium enclosure at the heart of the racecourse.
This badge permits racegoers access to the Paddock where you will find our Dining Village, The Parade Ring, County Champagne Bar and Winner's Enclosure. This badge does not provide access to the seated area in the County Stand. Limited standing is available in the first few rows of the County Stand (availability dependent).
The Tattersalls Enclosure is the largest on the racecourse. Perfect for large groups, the ticket provides excellent views via the tiered covered terrace. Ticket holders have access to bars, catering concessions, chesterBet as well as entry to the Paddock.
The Dee Stand has a tiered, uncovered terrace and ground floor standing area.
A ticket for the Dee Stand provides access to catering, bars and betting.
There is no strict dress code in this area.
The Open Course is located in the centre of the race track.
The perfect enclosure for families, with free children's entertainment (weather permitting) for the little ones to enjoy.
Guests are permitted to take their own food/soft drinks into this area.
Refreshment vendors and chesterBET are available on this course, however there isn't an ATM it is advised to bring cash with you.
What to wear
Winning Post & County Stand
Customers in the County Long Room, Concourse and Winning Post Enclosure as well as hospitality and restaurant guests, must observe a strict dress code. Gentlemen are required to wear a suit jacket, collar and tie, ladies are required to wear smart dress. No denim or sportswear is permitted.
For Tattersalls, the rule is slightly more relaxed and smart casual is usually adopted, this includes smart jeans and buttoned shirts for gents. However, we encourage smart dress code in all enclosures so feel free to dress up and enjoy the occasion. Please note that shorts or sports wear, including trainers of any kind are prohibited in this enclosure.
Dee and Open course
These enclosures are more relaxed and don't operate a strict dress code, it is advisable to dress for the elements, however, don't forget a day at the races is an opportunity to dress up. Please note, should you wish to upgrade to Tattersalls on the day, shorts, sports wear and trainers will not be permitted.