London: Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tours (Attractions)

London: Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tours (Attractions)

Photo: Visit London
Nearest Stations: Southfields and Wimbledon Park
Address: Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE
Entry price: Museum only: Adults – £13, Children – £8, Concessions – £11; Museum and Tour: Adults – £25, Children – £15, Concessions – £21
Typical opening hours: Open daily from 10:00 to 17:00 or 17:30 (depending on season). Last admission is at 16:00 or 17:00. Tours do not run between 13th June and 15th July. Additionally, the museum is only open to Championship Ticket Holders between 27th June to 10th July. The museum is closed 1st January, 26th June, 11th & 12th July, and 24th to 26th December in 2016.
Phone: 0208 946 6131
Website and Tickets:

Tennis fans are in luck with this whole museum dedicated to the great sport.
Museum visits include access to the museum itself with an audio guide, as well as entry to the 3D cinema, and a 10-minute guided tour of Centre Court.

Inside the museum, visitors can see the Championship Trophies up close, learn how the game has evolved since 1877, and see how the Victorians dressed when they played. The museum usually takes about an hour to see.

For those wanting a more in-depth experience, tours with a qualified Blue Badge Guide are available which last 90 minutes; these also include museum admission.
More information on the actual tennis games played here is available in the sports section.


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