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On arrival at the racecourse Children get free admission and they enter a very safe environment. There is no movement of traffic on site once racing commences. There is a lovely playground for the kids to enjoy in between the races and we provide free Children’s entertainment from Face painting to magic shows and Easter egg hunt only to name a few whenever possible.
There is always an Ice Cream van on site and kid’s happy meals are on sale in the fast food Restaurant on the ground floor of the Pavilion Stand.

Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled toilets in both stands and if you ever need a bottle heated then please just ask a member of staff.

Children 14 and under are Free but they must be accompanied by an adult.

Yes, our dress code is smart/casual. 
No fancy dress allowed.

Please click on our Accommodation page for a list of hotels, and B&B’s in Cork & Mallow area.

There are numerous places throughout the enclosure where you can place a bet. Tote facilities are available in the main tote building, on all levels of the Grand Stand/Pavilion Stand,. You will find details of how to place a bet in your race card.

There is also a  bookmaker’s ring, situated between the Grand Stand and the Pavilion Stand

Paddy Power Book makers are also located in the ground floor of the Pavilion Stand.

On the top floor of the Grand Stand. Wrist Band access only. Link to map

There are numerous restaurants and bars in the Stands. Please browse the facilities section of this website for more information.

Doctors, nurses? and Order of Malta personnel will be in attendance throughout the Races and are happy to help assist with any medical needs.

No you cannot, if you need it please bring it with you, you can purchase a racecard for €2.50

There is no cash machine on site, if you need cash please bring it with you.

All O.A.P.’s and full time students are admitted at the discounted rate of €10  with proof of a current ID

Yes all packages must be pre booked. Link to page for pre booking

No. Admission can be paid on the day at the ticket counter, but if you would like to pre purchase a ticket then just click here ( Link to Purchase tickets )

If you require a premium level ticket which gives you access to the top floor of the Grand Stand/ Pavilion Stand then this must be pre booked. ( Link to buy )

Our facilities here at Cork Racecourse Mallow are totally disabled friendly, all areas are excessable. We have disabled parking just outside the main entrance. There are lifts in both the Grand Stand & The Pavilion Stand. There are disabled toilets in both stands also.

The dates for the Easter Festival 2015 are Saturday 4th April, through to Monday 6th  April.

Ladies day is Traditionally on Easter Sunday during our 3 day Easter Festival.

It is advisable to arrive at least one hour before the advertised time of the first race. Gates open approximately two hours before the first race of each day.

Cork Racecourse Mallow runs a free shuttle bus service to and from Mallow train station and Mallow Town to all race meetings. The times of this Shuttle service will be posted on our web site prior to each race meeting . Please take a look at our location page for more information. (link here for our location page)