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Things to do in London ahead of Wimbledon
Published: Friday 10th of June 2011
Tennis fans in the UK for the upcoming Wimbledon 2011 tournament may want to take in some sports-related attractions in between matches.
The museum is open daily between 10:00 and 17:00 BST and showcases the "traditions, the triumphs, the emotions and the sights" of the tournament's legacy and history.
Included in the museum experience is the chance to see some of the cups, plates, medals and prizes that have featured at Wimbledon over the last 300 years.
There is an insight into how fashion has changed over the years, and visitors to the London attraction can also see how far the equipment has advanced.
Fans of cricket may also be interested in the Lord's cricket ground tour, enabling them to get expert insight into the Home of Cricket with an informed guide.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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