Grand National Tickets buy for this sell-out event, any day or stand.

The dates for The Grand National Festival is between Thursday 8th April and Saturday 10th April. The Grand National is the highlight of three days of spectacular racing at Aintree Racecourse.

Thursday is Grand Opening Day at the racecourse, Friday is Grand National Ladiesโ€™ Day where glamour takes over at Aintree, and finally, Saturday is Grand National Day โ€“ the showpiece event of this inspiring race meeting.

With a series of first class races throughout the three days of the meeting, your guests will be ideally placed to soak up the electric atmosphere at Aintree racecourse.

Grand National Tickets 2021 consequently sell out at the racecourse box office very early, don’t miss out book now.

Grand National 2021 Dates

Opening Day Aintree Racecourse
Aintree Racecourse
Grand National Thursday 8 April 2021
Thursday at Aintree racecourse marks the opening day of the three-day meeting. This is a favourite amongst passionate racing enthusiasts.

Grand National Ladies Day
Aintree Racecourse
Friday 9 April 2021
Ladiesโ€™ Day at Aintree racecourse is one of the most glamorous race meetings on the calendar, where racegoers arrive dressed to impress for this showpiece social event.

Grand National Day
Aintree Racecourse
Saturday 10 April 2021
This is quite simply one of the biggest and most exciting sporting occasions in existence, attracting hundreds of millions of viewers around the World.


West Tip Seats
Princess Royal Seats and Gallery
Princess Royal Roof
Platinum Lounge
Queen Mother Seats
Queen Mother Roof
Earl of Derby Upper Seats
Earl of Derby Lower Seats
Earl of Derby Terrace
Lord Daresbury Roof
Lord Sefton Upper Seats
Lord Sefton Lower Seats
Lord Sefton Terrace

Aintree tickets are available as follows:

Princess Royal Stand, Seats: these are always in demand, these seats offer excellent views overlooking the home straight. However, enhancements to the seats make this enclosure one of the most sought-after places on the racecourse at Aintree. The enhancements include a newly extended and refurbished lounge with Champagne and Seafood concessions.

The stand is situated between the Chair and the Water Jump and offers a premium view of the final 200 metres of every race. The seats in this stand are mostly undercover. Roof: A partially covered standing area, with the Tommy Wallis Suite as its dedicated bar, this enclosure offers a unique vantage point over the racecourse and an ideal spot for viewing the exciting final few minutes of every race.

County Stand Roof Standing: With a birds-eye view directly over the winning post, you can see whose first past the post before anyone else. A beautiful uncovered roof area, with traditional architecture and prime viewing, this standing enclosure is very popular with racegoers at Aintree.

Queen Mother Stand Seats: Located close to the start and finish lines and adjacent to the Red Rum Garden, the Queen Mother Stand is completely covered, protecting racegoers from the elements. Queen Mother Seats are accessed from the front of the grandstand.

Grandstand badges at Aintree provide designated tote betting within each enclosure, big screen viewing and access to the Parade Ring and Winner’s Enclosure. Queen Mother Stand Seats are also available with Winner’s Bar badges. The Winner’s Bar occupies the former Weighing Room and its walls are covered with historical artefacts and tributes to legends at Aintree.

Roof standing: Located just yards past the finish line, and close to where the horses enter the racecourse, the uncovered Queen Mother Stand Roof offers premium standing viewing of the course and is in close proximity to the Parade Ring and Winner’s Enclosure, and not far from the Red Rum Garden.



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