The Hill is the famous area at the centre of the racecourse and is usually the heart of the party as people flock to its unique carnival atmosphere. No tickets are required to access the Hill on either day - just turn up and enjoy!
What is more quintessentially British than indulging in a picnic at the Investec Derby Festival?
Entertain in style with stunning views out across the course, our Private Boxes allow you to be at the centre of all the action. Listen to the roar of the crowds and the thundering sound of hooves racing by, all in the comfort of your own private box and balcony.
Whether you are hosting clients or enjoying a day out with friends and family, do it in style. Feast upon a sumptuous four course meal, or choose the more relaxed option of our premier fork buffet. Your personal hostess will be on hand throughout the day, keeping the drinks topped up from your own complimentary bar.
Call 01372 477 747 to enquire.
Complimentary bar throughout the day (excluding Champagne)
Selected fine wines and liqueurs
VIP hostess service
Access to tote betting service
Racecards and racing papers
Epsom Station is connected by both South West Trains and Southern Trains. Connections from London Waterloo & London Victoria. Take a 10 minute taxi or bus ride from the station. Please note that during The Investec Derby Festival a shuttle bus service runs from Epsom station.
Tattenham Corner Station
Approximately 1/2 mile walk to the racecourse.
Epsom Downs Station
Approximately 1 mile walk to the racecourse.
The racecourse is just a few minutes from Epsom Town Centre on the B290 Epsom Downs Road or alternatively just off junction 9 of the M25. During the racing season, AA signs will mark all major approach routes. If you are using satellite navigation, please key in the postcode: KT18 5LQ. Alternatively, you can use the AA Route Planner and select KT18 5LQ as destination.
Guests are required to dress up for the Investec Derby Festival.
Gentlemen must wear a jacket and collar. Ties are encouraged. On Investec Derby Day, Gentlemen in the Queen’s Stand should wear morning dress.