How to get there

Cheltenham Racecourse is located in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside in a picturesque natural amphitheate. 

BY ROAD
Postcode GL50 4SH
Once you exit the roundabout, drive up the hill and you will see The Centaur on your right hand side, carry on over the brow of the hill and the road will take you down to the North Car Park.
Visitors
Stewards will direct you to the North Car Park and you will then be guided to the Vestey Bar through the North Entrance.
Exhibitors You will be granted access through the North Entrance to allow set up in the Vestey Bar, you will then be asked to park in the North Car Park once you have unloaded.
If you require further details please visit Cheltenham Racecourse website
you will not need to follow the colour coded routes as it is not a raceday so please come via the most direct route for you.

BY TRAIN
Trains from London to Cheltenham Spa generally run hourly and take about two hours. Trains from Birmingham generally run every half hour and take about 35 minutes. From Bristol, trains leave every hour and take about 35 minutes. Its a 10 minute taxi ride from the station.

BY BUS From Cheltenham
Stagecoach service D runs every 10 minutes during the day and between 10 minutes and every hour on Monday to Saturday evenings. Further details can be found here.
Service 527 also provides a regular service from Cheltenham Centre to Bishops Cleeve and Gotherington via the Racecourse Roundabout. For local Stagecoach information please call 0870 6082608.

BY AIR
Birmingham and Bristol airports
provide flights to many national and international destinations. Gloucestershire Airport is in Staverton at junction 11 of the M5 and can schedule private flights.
There is a helipad at the racecourse.

BY FOOT
The walking route from the station is well maintained and easy to follow, taking approximately 40 minutes. The route is predominantly traffic free along a shared cycleway/footway.

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