Frequently Asked Questions at the Moët & Chandon July Festival
Please allow plenty of time to park and get through the entrance as we will be bag searching and will have sniffer dogs at the entrance.
We do have a dress code in the Premier Enclosure. Racegoers are encouraged to dress smartly, see our Raceday Style page to find out more.
As well as world class action on the track we have a whole host of entertainment to ensure everyone has a fantastic day at the races; including live roaming music, family entertainment and our renowned Après Racing parties. See our entertainment page to find out more.
In order to reduce traffic congestion, we offer various transport options to get you to and from the July Course. Please see our transport and parking page for more information.
We do allow cars to be left overnight at the July Course. However, owners do so at their own risk.
Under 18s get free entry if accompanied by an adult (1 adult per 2 under 18s).
If you would like to bring a picnic you can do so in the Garden Enclosure or the car parks.
Alcohol can only be brought into the Garden Enclosure with a substantial picnic and it is limited to one bottle of wine or champagne per person or 4 cans/bottles of beer, cider or pre-mixed aperitif. Unfortunately, spirits, fortified wines and Pimm’s (or similar) will not be allowed on course. You are not allowed to bring food or drink into the Premier or Grandstand & Paddock Enclosures.
Gates open 2½ hours before the first race on all days of the Moët & Chandon July Festival
Please check the website of the morning of the event to find out the latest times. See race schedule.