It’s all change at Royal Ascot this year…
Things are changing at one of the most prestigious horse racing meetings of the year as Royal Ascot has a bit of an overhaul. For years racegoers have been split between three enclosures, the lucky few who are allowed in the Royal Enclosure (by invitation only), the Grandstand and the Silver Ring. This year, Ascot Racecourse has rebranded the famous enclosures ready for the 2016 Royal Ascot festival.
The Royal Enclosure remains, but only those with an invite will be allowed inside. Non-members can enjoy dining in the Royal Enclosure Fine Dine restaurants courtesy of a day guest badges.
The Grandstand is now to be known as the Queen Anne Enclosure, this area allows first rate views of the day’s races and provides access to race goers to the Parade Ring. After the racing finishes, those in the Queen Anne Enclosure will have a change to join the singing on the Bandstand lawn.
Finally, the Silver Ring shall now be known as the Windsor Enclosure, with the chance to watch the Royal Procession as it enters the Racecourse and see the race winners after they pass the finish line, the Windsor Enclosure has an unforgettable atmosphere.
You can find out more about our Ladies Day at Royal Ascot breaks here.