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Royal Enclosure race goers in their traditional morning dress.

Royal Enclosure race goers.

Just the ticket

Which type of ticket do you need for Royal Ascot? Will you be rubbing shoulders with Royals or seeing the action from the Silver Ring? Find out the difference between ticket types at Royal Ascot.

Premier Admission

This ticket gives you access to all the best viewing areas and facilities on the course, located on level four of the Grandstand and the viewing areas by the Winning Post. A premier admission badge also allows access to the Grandstand Admission area and to the steppings around the Parade Ring.

Royal Enclosure

The Royal Enclosure admission area is a private enclosure, open only to those who have applied to the Royal Enclosure Office.

Grandstand Admission ticket

The Grandstand Admission ticket at Royal Ascot provides facilities and viewing areas at ground level. The Parade Ring and track are both within a short walking distance, by crossing the concourse in the main Grandstand. Customers in this area do not have access to any of the levels on the upper floors. 

Silver Ring

With a less formal atmosphere, the Silver Ring at Ascot is a separate admission area that does not provide access to the Parade Ring or the main Grandstand.

last updated: 16/06/2009 at 16:18
created: 09/06/2009

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