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Aintree Review

Aintree is one of the most famous courses in the world, and is the home of the Martell Grand National. There are six National Hunt meetings per year on the course, and it is one of the most challenging circuits around for both rider and horse. Famous obstacles like Becher’s Brook and The Chair draw in a worldwide audience and parts of the course are almost household names. The other course at Aintree, the Mildmay Course, stages most of Aintree’s other races, and is a flat track with long straights. Horses need to be fast and accurate on both courses to win.
 Contact Information
Ormskirk Road
Aintree
Merseyside
L9 5AS


Tel: 0151 5232600
Fax: 0151 5222920

Email: Aintree@rht.net
www.aintree.co.uk
 Prices
Admission prices vary from £10 to £65, depending on what you want. Member prices are £65, whilst Centre Course and Tattersalls prices are £10 and £25 respectively. Annual Membership is £330, or £590 if you want to have a joint membership.
 Entertainment Facilities
Aintree has some great facilities, including the Martell Restaurant, which is located in the new Princess Royal Stand. This restaurant has great views of some of the famous turns and jumps including The Chair. There is also the Sky Restaurant that overlooks the start. For members there is an exclusive restaurant that can hold up to 100 people and offers the best facilities during the National Meeting. There are many other restaurants available to all, including, the Huntsman Lodge, the County Dining Room and the Rendezvous Restaurant. Children are welcome, and are free under the age of 16, but must be accompanied by an adult. Although children have free access to the ground, there is a £5 charge to enter the Tattersalls on Saturdays and the charge is full price for the rest of the areas. In addition to child access, there is excellent disabled access in the County Car Park, Princess Royal and Queen Mother Stands.
 Corporate Facilities
There are private boxes and chalets at the ground that can hold between 20 and 50 guests. The conference rooms can be booked for up to 600 people and can even accommodate vehicle access. There is a team that can help with your needs during the National Meeting. There are also two sites on the ground licensed for Civil Ceremonies.
Badge Buyers Line Tel: 0151 5222929
Hospitality Line Tel: 0151 5222911
 How to get there
Aintree is North-East of Liverpool, and can be accessed easily from a number of places. If you are travelling by road from the South, you can use the M6, M62 or M57. From the North you take the M6 or M58 and from the East there is the M62 and M57. If you prefer rail then Liverpool Lime Street should be your destination, followed by a local train to Aintree Station. Manchester Airport is 45 minutes away from the ground, and there is a landing pad at Aintree that can be used with prior permission.
The car parking facilities are good, with spaces available in the County Car Park and Steeplechase and Canal Turn Car Parks, but booking is required. There is also a park and ride facility just off the M57.

Taxis:
Red Lion: 0151 5201616
Blue Line: 0151 5252530


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