Perth

Perth Racecourse

Perth


Scone Palace Park, Perth , PH2 6BB Tel: 01738 551597 Fax: 01738 553021Perth racecourseWebsite: http://www.perth-races.co.uk/
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Course Description


Perth Racecourse is set in one of the most picturesque settings in the country. It is located within the grounds of historic Scone Palace, Both the Hurdles and Chase courses are level with tight bends. There are eight fences to a lap of both courses.

Facilities
The new Nelson Stand opened in April 2005. Dine in the new Galileo Restaurant overlooking the Racecourse taking in the amazing views. Enjoy a table for the day or evening’s racing with your friends or colleagues for price details visit the Perth Racecourse website.

The Club Restaurant offers a wide range of hot and cold meals to suit all budgets. There is also a well stocked bar. Two restaurant sittings usually take place before the first race. See website for sitting times and booking.


The Bindaree provides a wide range of hot and cold snacks during the day. Sit in or take away. The Bindaree also serves hot baguettes and salad options. Soft drinks only can be purchased here.


Vinegar Joe’s Traditional Fish & Chips take away, quick, easy and always very popular.Centre Course Snack Bar serving a good variety of hot and cold snacks. Ideal for those having a trackside picnic.There are also a number of bars situated around the course enclosure.

Directions


By Road: Coming from the South or the West you will approach Perth either on the M90 (from Edinburgh) or the A9 (from Stirling).From the north of England use the M6 Carlisle, M74, M73 following signs for Sterling then follow signs for Perth.Follow the signs to Dundee via the city bypass until you cross the Friarton Bridge which crosses the Tay just west of Perth. Take the first exit immediately over the bridge and follow the signs to Perth. Coming from Dundee you will travel west on the A90 and exit at the same junction before you cross the bridge.You will soon pick up the signs to Scone Palace and then to the racecourse. On racedays this could take about 30 minutes so give yourself plenty time.

By Rail: Perth has a main line railway station with connections to destinations throughout the UK.