Queen Anne Enclosure Dress Code

Ladies with a Queen Anne Enclosure Badge are required to dress in a manner appropriate to a smart occasion. Many wear hats although this is not compulsory. Gentlemen in the Queen Anne Enclosure must wear a shirt and tie, preferably with a suit or jacket. Sports attire, jeans and shorts are strictly forbidden.

Other Information

Before you leave, check you have your tickets and car park passes. Please check the dress code to ensure you a dressed in the correct attire.

Gates to car parks open at 9.00am.
Racecourse opens at 10.30am.
Royal Procession takes place at approximately 2pm on all five days of Royal Ascot.
Racing begins at approximately 2.30pm.
Racing ends at approximately 5.30pm.
The earlier you arrive, the lighter the traffic is likely to be.
Racegoers are requested to follow the dedicated AA signs and not to rely on their personal GPS system.

The horses go into the Parade Ring fifteen minutes before the race time, so if you would like to watch the horses before putting your bet on, go to the Parade Ring early.

If you would like to watch the Royal Procession, you will need to find a viewing position by 1.40pm in order to be able to view the procession at approximately 2pm.

After racing each day, Queen Anne Enclosure Badge holders can join in the singing around the bandstand which begins at 6pm each day for half an hour.