Haydock Park is located at equal distances from both Liverpool and Manchester. The opening date for this racecourse was in 1899. With a capacity of 20,000 seats, Haydock Park is one of the most used racecourses in England, with racing happening around 32 days a year. This venue is a scene for the most important events like the Grand National Trial, the Old Newton Cup and Lancashire Oaks. Haydock Park is attracting thousands of visitors each year thanks to the spectacular events.
Located on Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside WA12 0HQ, the racecourse can be easily reached by car, bus or train.
By train and tube: Newton-le-Willows is the nearest train station; if you want to get to the station from the city centre, you can catch any train from Victoria and/or Oxford Road, Manchester Piccadilly, and Liverpool Lime Street.
By bus: the racecourse is well served by several bus routes; line 620 from St Helens to Hindley Green; as well as route 320 from St Helens to Wigan.
By car: The property is situated just one mile from junction 23 of the M6, so driving to the racecourse should be a walk in the park.
International: Liverpool John Lennon Airport is half-hour drive from the racecourse (provided you are taking a taxi). Also, you could catch a train at the terminal exit (see train instructions above).
Haydock Park offers plenty of free parking spaces for all of its visitors. Over a dozen of spots are reserved specifically for Blue Badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The venue has centrally located disabled toilets and viewing balconies, adapted for wheelchair access. The building features wide doors, induction loops installed in suites and bars, as well as adapted lifts to allow wheelchair operation. Assistance dogs are always welcome, too.