Fairyhouse Racecourse is located approx. 20km from Dublin Airport and 25km from Dublin City Centre in the town of Ratoath, County Meath. Please find details on how to get here.
In-keeping with the relaxed atmosphere we promote here at Fairyhouse, there is no strict dress code. We do however recommend smart casual when attending our Bobbyjo Bistro or Private Suites, however you are free to wear whats comfortable for you. Suited and booted or hats and all out style, all is welcome at Fairyhouse (and don’t forget the unpredictable Irish weather! )
Fairyhouse Racecourse is easily accessible by road or public transport. See full details on How to get to Fairyhouse.
Yes. There is free car parking at Fairyhouse. There is plenty of car parking however on busy days we do advise early arrival. Raceday staff will direct to appropriate car parks on busy days.
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No, food and drink is not permitted to be brought in to the enclosure.
Yes, there are a number of charge boxes available for a small fee in the ground floor of the Powers Stand.
Yes, WiFi is currently available in our Bobbyjo Bistro and Private Suites.
Yes, binoculars are available to hire from the hut between the Powers and Jameson Stands.
Yes, there is designated accessible entry, lifts and toilets. There are also 10 wheelchair parking space. We also have a dedicated wheelchair viewing area in our main stand.
for the year are announced early to mid September in the previous year.
open approx. 1.5 hours before the first race and earlier on bigger race days.
For details on the Fairyhouse Sunday Market please call 087 637 2558 or email email@example.com
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Find out what to wear, from Ladies Day to general race days
Ticket Hotline: (01) 825 6167