Welcome to Sandown Park, one of horse racing’s most loved and revered venues. Founded in 1875, the course has provided the backdrop to some of the greatest moments in racing history.
Whether you’re a seasoned racing buff, a new convert gripped by the thrilling spectacle of the chase, or simply a curious visitor in search of an entertaining day out, Sandown Park has it all: unique access to the horses before they race, an uninterrupted view of the action and a huge choice of restaurants and watering holes to suit every taste and budget.
he best route from London is to take the A3. Alternatively from the M25 turn off at Junction 10 and follow the A3 back towards London for 2 miles until the junction with the A307, where the course is well sign-posted.
Esher railway station is adjacent to the back straight of the racecourse. Racegoers can walk along the platform before taking a short cut at the end of the platform which brings them to the turnstiles.