Musselburgh Racecourse is situated in one of the most beautiful areas of the country and close to Edinburgh, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
Within 20 minutes of the racecourse are plenty of attractions including all the highlights of Edinburgh City.
Musselburgh Racecourse is one of many attractions in the East Lothian area and you can visit www.visiteastlothian.org for details of other places to see and things to do including visiting Concorde at the Museum of Flight, visiting the award winning Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick, taking a tipple at the Glenkinchie Distillery and taking in the scenery at John Muir's Birthplace in Dunbar
We can also organise team events within a 30 minute drive of the Racecourse such as Go Karts, Archery or Quad Biking. There are also many quality hotels in the local area, with additional facilities for your guests. If you would like further details about additional activities or hotel options, please talk to our Events Team.
Edinburgh and East Lothian contain a number of world famous golf courses including the Open Championship Course at Muirfield, Archerfield, and the very picturesque North Berwick and Dunbar courses. Musselburgh itself has 2 quality 18 hole golf courses, and the famous 9 hole Old Course, the oldest playing course in the world.
Musselburgh Links, The Old Course, is a nine hole, par 34 links golf course, located in the heart of Musselburgh, surrounded by Musselburgh Racecourse. The historic golf course was an original Open Championship venue hosting this competition on six occasions between 1874 and 1889. Musselburgh Links holds the Guinness World Record for being the oldest playing golf course in the world.
East Lothian is one of the best regions for golf in Scotland, with 22 courses offering choice to golfers of all standards and tastes. You may recognise many courses - Dunbar, North Berwick, Musselburgh, Gullane and The Open Championship course at Muirfield, are some of the world's oldest and most admired.
The region offers traditional links and classic inland golf courses, many steeped in history and complimented by modern, challenging, courses. All coupled with friendly clubhouses and affordable green fees. The coastal A198 route, provides easy access for visitors and short journeys between courses.
For more information, visit www.golfeastlothian.com.