The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum was opened in 2006 by H.R.H the Duke Of Kent. This state-of-the-art tennis museum in London has since received thousands of visitors from all over the world.
Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, London visitors to the Wimbledon museum can experience the atmosphere in the 1980’s Gentleman’s Dressing Room and watch John McEnroe guide you through normally off-limits areas and reminisce about how he first met Jimmy Connors and how he prepared himself for matches.
Interactive touch screen consoles and audio guides in 10 languages throughout the tennis museum in London take you through the history of the game and this world famous tennis club – not to mention the inside story on the tournament that has become one of the highlights of the summer sporting calendar.
You can also view the Powerful Posters: Tennis and Advertising, 1893-2015 exhibition opening on 20 March 2015 exhibition and see the extensive collection of posters dating from 1893 to the official poster for The Championships 2015.
London Pass holders should note that the Wimbledon Experience Tour is also available free and features VIP access to restricted areas including No 1 Court and the Press Interview Room as well as informative commentary from a trained Blue Badge guide.
If you enjoy your visit to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum why not consider another London sporting tour such as the Chelsea FC Stadium tour or the Twickenham Stadium Tour & Museum Of Rugby?
Please note: The Museum will be closed from the 26th June – 12th July inclusive (if you have Wimbledon Championship tickets – check in advance as you may still be able to visit the Museum only during this period)
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"My wife and I have been to London twice before but our adult children were with us this time and we decided to get the London Pass with the transportation option. It was fantastic. We visited many wonderful sites with which we were already familiar, but we also went to many places just because we had the London Pass - the Royal Mews, Wimbledon, Handel's Home, and more. These unexpected visits were so enjoyable!"
Timothy from USA
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Church Road Wimbledon London SW19 5AG
020 8946 6131