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Where to be for the best views

Grandstand and Paddock Enclosure

This enclosure includes a variety of food outlets, bars and betting kiosks and gives you access to two Grandstands with great terraced viewing. You will also have easy access to the parade ring, winners’ enclosure, family lawns and a children’s playground.

Premier Enclosure

In addition to the grandstand and paddock facilities, with this badge you can also access the Victory Bar, the Hoops Marquee or book into the Trafalgar Restaurant where you can enjoy a superb fine dining meal with views over the racetrack and parade ring, plus you can access the trackside premier lawn with the best views of the winning line.

Jellicoe Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 4AU
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Travel Information

How to find us


By Train

Great Yarmouth railway station is approximately 1 mile away from the racecourse and serves mainline services via Norwich.


Helicopters may land at the racecourse but only with advance permission arranged through the racecourse office. For small fixed wing aircraft please contact Ludham Airfield, approx. 12 miles by road.

By Car

The Racecourse is situated to the north of Great Yarmouth towards Caister. From the North and Midlands the Racecourse can be reached via the A47, the main Southern approach roads are the A11 (joining the A47 South of Norwich) and the A12 via Colchester, Ipswich and Lowestoft. On arrival at Great Yarmouth follow yellow AA signs to the Racecourse.


Parking at the racecourse is free of charge.

Dress Codes

What to wear

Premier and Hospitality Enclosure

We encourage customers to adopt ‘smart casual’ clothing. Jackets, collared shirts and ties are not obligatory but we do advise customers that we do not allow ripped jeans, sportswear, jogging bottoms, beachwear, fancy dress or extreme attire. Tailored shorts, smart jeans and trainers are permitted.

Grandstand and Paddock Enclosure

There is no formal dress code in this enclosure, however the removal of shirts is not permitted.

Racecourse Information

The History

Racing has taken place in this popular seaside tourist town since 1715 and at the current racecourse location since 1920. It is an important flat racecourse, with good grass cover on a free draining sandy base with a season that runs from April through to October. Its proximity to Newmarket has ensured great support from some of the best training yards in the country and it is particularly popular with trainers for running young ‘novice’ horses due to the excellent one mile straight and level surface.