Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, London
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is the largest tennis museum in the world, hosting exhibits and artifacts dating from 1555 to today. Trace the game’s evolution from a garden party pastime to a multimillion-dollar professional sport played all over the world. Admire treasures from the first Championship in 1877 to the most recent, including equipment, clothing, trophies, and mementos belonging to the greatest players to set foot on Centre Court. Meet the "ghost" of the legend John McEnroe (created with the latest in projection and filming technology) in the very changing room he once used. Listen to him reminisce about the dressing room, his legendary opponents, and how he would prepare himself for matches. Take in the atmosphere of Centre Court from the viewing platform CentreCourt360, and take a guided tour behind the scenes of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. Audio guides are also available. If driving to the museum, allow yourself plenty of time to get there in London’s notorious traffic. Take a look at our London itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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We were pleasantly surprised at how much was included in the tour of the venue for the tournament: press and TV studios, courtside , players areas. Our guides were friendly and extremely knowledgeable... read more »
Condições ótimas para conhecer tudo sobre o tênis incluindo duas quadras. Visita guiada nas áreas externas e museu interativo internoOptimum conditions for knowing everything about tennis including two blocks. Guided tour in the external areas and interactive museum internshow original
We recently visited this well laid out, interesting and spotlessly clean museum after doing the Wimbledon guided tour and really enjoyed it. It was fantastic to see the winners' trophies and the histo... read more »
Very well organised and interesting museum. Even if you're not a big fan of tennis.
The tour takes 90 minutes and you get to see court 1, Henman Hill, court 1, the interview rooms, press area and centre court. No going into members area or touching the courts' surface. Richard was our guide and he was very knowledgable.
Fantastic Tour, the staff and guides are very friendly and professional! My mother was in a wheelchair and Wimbledon could not do enough for us! Very impressed, would like to do again!
If you like tennis you must see the part of history this sport and I am soo proud see the marks from czech tennis school you can see over here aswell
It's worth taking a tour! You also get admission to the museum. The guided tour was amazing
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