About Goodwood

The seat of the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon for over three hundred years, Goodwood remains a home to the current Earl and Countess of March whilst affording guests an opportunity to experience the historic architecture and beautiful interiors of this grand house. Home to one of the country’s finest art collections, Goodwood House displays works from some of the most exceptional artists including Stubbs, Van Dyke and Canaletto, as well as a fine collection of Gobelins tapestries and Sèvres porcelain.

World renowned as a sporting estate, Goodwood has brought together a spectacular range of sporting activities including horseracing, motor racing, golf, flying, and shooting, as well as attracting over half a million visitors each year to its Festival events; The Festival of Speed, The Goodwood Revival and the Glorious Goodwood Horseracing event.

Nowhere else in the world will you find such a spectacular range of luxury and sporting activities in one beautiful place. With its own private Aerodrome and historic Motor Circuit, a racecourse set atop of the Sussex Downs, its own privately run Hotel, a fabulous Members clubhouse, two stunning championship golf courses, an organic lowland farm and of course, Goodwood House itself, it’s no wonder that the 12,000 acre Goodwood Estate has been described affectionately as ‘England’s playground’.

Goodwood Attractions