Frequently asked questions by Mum and Dad:
All accompanied children under 18 have FREE entry to the racecourse. There is no need to purchase a ticket however proof of age may be required. Parents or guardians will need to purchase a ticket, this can be done online at www.ascot.co.uk or over the phone by calling 0344 346 3000.
KING EDWARD VII ENCLOSURE
Flat Season (May to October)
Ladies should dress as for a smart occasion and are encouraged to wear hats.
Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Trainers are not allowed.
Children aged 17 and under should adhere to the King Edward VII Enclosure dress code, however this does not apply to very young children.
Jumps Season (November to April)
Ladies generally like to dress as for a smart occasion and gentlemen usually wear a jacket with a collared shirt and tie. Whilst this style of dress is preferred in the King Edward VII Enclosure during the Jumps season, it is not compulsory.
QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE
Flat and Jumps season
Whilst we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies in the Queen Anne Enclosure during either the Flat or Jumps season. Bare chests are not permitted at any time.
Please note that fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not permitted at Ascot Racecourse.
For further information and Royal Ascot dress codes visit www.ascot.co.uk
We have a range of options to suit all tastes from Food on the Go, Casual and Fine Dining, Bespoke Packages and Private Boxes. For further details please visit www.ascot.co.uk
On family racedays customers are welcome to bring a picnic as long as it is brought to the Racecourse in a picnic hamper or cool bag/box. The designated picnic areas are situated on the East Trackside Lawn, the Old Paddock and the external East End of the Grandstand. Occasionally some of the Plaza Lawns may be made available to customers for the use of picnicking.
We do not allow barbecues or hot food to be brought onto Racecourse property, this includes all enclosures, coach and car parks.
Please visit the plan your day section of ascot.co.uk for full details of our picnic policy for Ascot Racedays, Royal Ascot and the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup and Concert.
Throughout the year we have a blanket only policy.
If you have a need to bring a fold away chair, due to a specific medical requirement, please contact our access officer - Access.Officer@ascot.co.uk
To embrace the celebratory nature of racing at Ascot, each customer (over the age of 18) is permitted to bring with them 1 bottle of sparkling wine or Champagne to accompany their picnic, with the exception of the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup and Concert. No other type of alcoholic drink will be permitted into the racecourse grounds, for clarity bottles of beer, cider, spirits, fortified wines and bottles of Pimm's or similar will not be allowed onto the Racecourse. Closed, sealed soft drinks are permitted to be bought with a picnic.
There are baby changing facilities are in male and female toilets located at every level in Core 3 and Core 4. Core 2 has baby changing facilities on all levels except level 5 and Core 1 has baby changing facilities on all levels except level 6.
A parent and baby room is located in the lawns area of the racecourse. The room is designed to give parents privacy when feeding their children. Facilities include easy chairs and stools for feeding, bottle warming and baby changing facilities. Please note baby changing is also available within the grandstand.
Yes, a range of goods are available from the Ascot Shop, check the racecard on the day for locations.
Please note the Ascot shop is only open on racedays, please ask the stewards for directions.