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Welcome

Welcome to the website of the British Sporting Art Trust. Have a look round to find information about our collection, library and archive. You can find out more about how we promote British sporting art and see information on how to become a member.  

Since its foundation, the BSAT has strived to create a permanent art gallery dedicated to British sporting art. In collaboration with the National Horseracing Museum and the Retraining of  Racehorses Charity, it is now working towards the creation of a Palace House, National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art. Due to open in 2016, this will include the Fred Packard Museum and Galleries for British Sporting Art. Situated in the remaining portion of Charles II's racing palace in Newmarket, the gallery will provide a permanent home for the BSAT's collection of sporting art. More infornation on Palace House Project can be found
https://www.palacehousenewmarket.co.uk

The Trust is an independent charity. Our registered charity number is 274156.
 

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Visit Us

You can find us on the High Street in Newmarket, within the National Horseracing Museum.

The Vestey Gallery is open at the same time as the National Horseracing Museum.

Please click here for more information.

The Vestey Gallery will close to the public on the 11th July 2016. The BSAT collection and library will be moved to Palace House over the summer to Palace House: The National Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art which will open in September.

The Fred Packard Museum and Art Galleries of British Sporting Art will form part of the new National Heritage Centre forming a permenant display of sporting art.

Membership of the BSAT will give free access to Palace House

Transport

If you are travelling by car, there are car parks within a short walking distance of the museum.

Pay and Display Car Parks

All Saints Road, Newmarket, CB8 8NL
Rous Road, Newmarket, CB8 8LX
 

Train services

Newmarket Station is within walking distance of the National Horseracing Museum. Greater Anglia run hourly services between Cambridge and Ipswich with connecting services to London.