Acting as the home of one of the most notorious racetracks in the world, the Aintree Racecourse is widely renowned as one of the best Jockey Clubs in the UK, offering competitive horse racing, occasional shows, golf and equestrian membership plans. The site has been in place for 266 years, offering a wide array of relevant activities to those interested in spending some time out in the fresh air and race betting. All the venues at the track have a capacity of 40,000 or more spectators.
The Aintree Racecourse is located on the A59 highway, in a large complex that offers both a business and conference rooms, a golf club, a mall and much more. Due to the developed transport infrastructure, getting to the site should not be a problem.
By train and tube: The best way to arrive at Aintree is by train. The Aintree Station is within a short walk’s distance, and you can easily take a train from Liverpool Central Station. Regular trains arrive every 15 minutes on race days.
By bus: bus lines 350, 311, 300 or 345 will take you directly to the Aintree Station bus stop.
By car: If you are driving from the South, leave the M6, enter the M62 and then follow the M57 until you see the race signs. From the North, only follow the M6 and the join the M58 until you see the same signs.
International: The nearest airport is the John Lennon Airport, from where you can take a 20 minutes car ride to the Aintree. Or, you could take a direct bus to the city center.
The complex offers up to 1,800 parking spaces that are available for free on non-Grand National meetings; otherwise the parking spot must be reserved in advance. The lot presupposes spots for the Blue Badge holders, though.
Access for people with special needs
The complex offers easy access for guests with special needs, viewing areas, disabled toilets and other facilities that are designed to provide comfort for everyone.
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