Founded during the First World War, the National Stud moved to Newmarket in 1963. It is now one of Britain's most ... More
Founded during the First World War, the National Stud moved to Newmarket in 1963. It is now one of Britain's most prestigious stud farms. Visitors wanting a look behind the scenes can join one of its guided tours. The 75-minute tour includes an introduction to the resident stallions, the nursery yards, and the mares and foals in their paddocks. Part of the tour includes a coach journey, and visitors unable to join the coach are invited to follow the tour in their own vehicle. Wheelchair users should note that the reception area is fully accessible. Opening hours are for tour times and advance booking is advised.
The National Sea Life Centre is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. One of the most
thrilling things about this aquarium is its 360 degree transparent tunnel, which lets you stand in the middle of ...
The National Indoor Arena is the venue for indoor sports, ball games, contact sports and athletic sports. In fact, they
say that 30 different sports are played here and three world records have been set on the athletics track ...
The National Gallery of Scotland's collection of works stretches from the Italian Renaissance through French Impressionism to more modern Scottish
works of the 18th and 19th Centuries. The entire lower gallery is given over to the Scots. Other artists' ...