Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Merseyside, L9 5AS Tel: 0151 523 2600 Fax: 0151 522 2920
The Grand National course is world famous. The ultimate test of horse and rider, the most testing fences are Becher’s Brook, The Chair and The Canal Turn.
The Mildmay course is an oval shaped course with two long straights.
The Members Enclosure: There are a number of Stand packages for Day Members to choose from. Please contact the course for details of these and for restaurant details and booking.
The Tattersalls Enclosure: In this enclosure you will have access to the new improved Aintree Pavilion, Aintree Mound(where you can view the final fences of all the races),Parade Ring and Winners Enclosure. There is a wide variety of bars, restaurants and catering outlets to choose from.
By Road: Travelling from the South you will approach Aintree via the M6, M62 or M57. From the North, use the M6 and M58 and from the east the M62 and M57.
By Rail: The easiest way to reach Aintree is by train. The nearest mainline station to Aintree is Liverpool Lime Street. Liverpool Central Station is just a short walk from Lime Street, where you can catch a train to Aintree. Aintree Station is directly opposite the racecourse, where regular trains run every 71/2 minutes on racedays.
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Stats for Aintree Racecourse
We do not have stats for Aintree as this racecourse does not operate flat turf or all weather racing. We hope to add stats for the jumps course soon.