When we're not home to the most famous race in the world in April, the John Smith's Grand National, Aintree Racecourse plays hosts to an additional 6 racedays, making every raceday at Aintree a special one.
Racing at Aintree doesnâ€™t happen every day, so when it does, itâ€™s always a special occasion. Home of the John Smithâ€™s Grand National, Aintree is one of the worldâ€™s most famous racecourses. With over two miles of luscious green racetrack, and horse racingâ€™s biggest stars taking to this jumps only course, racing here is always a sight to behold at one of Aintreeâ€™s six other racedays outside of the Grand National meeting.
Racing at Aintree has taken place since 1839, so weâ€™re not only a racecourse steeped in history and tradition, but there are lots of exciting new developments too. With our new Parade Ring, Weighing Room, and two new state of the art Grandstands, a visit to Aintree delivers a 21st century racing experience like no other.
From our summer music race evenings to winter warming race weekends, a trip to Aintree is the great day with family and friends