Enclosures and Upgrades
Although prices differ for each fixture, enclosure tickets start at just £10 for adults on the Open Course, ranging up to £90 for The Winning Post Enclosure.
Children aged 17 and under who are accompanied by an adult are admitted free of charge every raceday at Chester across all enclosures.*
Upgrades on the day are available. Please be advised that you must adhere to the dress code applicable in the enclosure you wish to upgrade to and available places are issued on a first come first served basis.
Please be aware that portable seating can only be brought onto the Open Course and Open Course Picnic area. Portable seating is not permitted in any other enclosure of the racecourse. There is no seating the Dee Enclosure and a limited amount in Tattersalls, County Concourse and County Long Room. If you are purchasing/have purchased a ticket in either of the latter two enclosures and do require seating, we recommend early arrival to avoid disappointment.
*Excluding The Winning Post where children are not permitted.
Upgrades between enclosures are available on the day but are subject to availability.
Getting a group of friends together for racing can be a lot of fun and can create lots of lovely memories.
For every 10 Dee Stand or Open Course tickets purchased, you will receive one free ticket, through our 'Buy 10 Tickets - Get One Free' scheme, click here for more information. Discount will be applied at point of checkout via any online purchase.
We also have very special offers on Tattersalls and County Stand tickets for selected fixtures - click here to view the offers available.
For further information and to purchase your tickets over the phone, please call the Box Office on 01244 304 610.
Chester Racecourse is DDI compliant, however, owing to the age of some of the grandstands, suitability does vary. Should you have access requirements, it is advisable to call the Box Office on 01244 304 610 ahead of your purchase.
Alternatively, a full breakdown of accessibility information can be viewed online here: DisabledGo.
Chester Races is a great day out, and to capitalise on your time, we encourage you to arrive early. Typically, gates open two hours prior to the first race, normally 11.30am on a daytime fixture.
On arriving at the Racecourse your bag will be checked by a member of our security team. We advise only bringing a bag if it is essential. This will help to reduce your queuing times, as will correctly adhering to the applicable dress code.
We do advise you follow our social media channels for the latest news and updates prior to your visit.
Which areas of the Racecourse can I access?
The Racecourse maps below display the areas you'll be able to access once on-course, depending on the type of badge or ticket you hold.