Opened in 1875, Sandown was the first purpose built racecourse with enclosures, designed to be a leisure destination. It was also the first racecourse to charge everyone at least half a crown for attending. In the words of one contemporary diarist it was 'a place where a man could take his ladies without any fear of their hearing course language, or witnessing uncouth behaviour.' We very much hope this remains true today!
Now, eight times a year, it is home to a burgeoning one day antiques & collectors market, with stalls inside and out, and a vast array of antique and collectable items up for grabs. The venue is very close to Esher Railway Station which is served by trains from London Waterloo.
Entry to the Sandown market is FREE from 8am, with a small parking charge of just £5 per car.
New 2017 dates can now be downloaded with our 2017 Wall Planner.