Guided tours occur every hour starting from 10 am from October to March, and every half an hour the rest of the year. The Lawn Tennis Museum operates from 10 am to 5 pm (5:30 pm from April to September).
What It Is
A journey through the history of tennis and Wimbledon, one of the most iconic tennis courts in the world.
The tour introduces the very beginnings of tennis as a pastime activity and its transformation into one of the most popular sports of the present time.
A variety of exhibits, including outfit worn by tennis players and historical memorabilia, allow visitors to understand the way tennis developed to become what it is today.
An interactive experience involving virtual reality and touchscreens.
The guided tour grants guests access to areas normally reserved only for players, the press and officials.
Your Experience With Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tour
Take a tour of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and get an overview of the evolution of tennis from a leisure activity into one of the most popular sports today.
Examine various relics that trace the development of tennis through decades and enjoy a virtual reality performance unlocking interesting facts.
Join a guided tour of the tennis grounds and access areas that are normally reserved for the press.
Visit the Central Court where many of the biggest matches in the history of tennis took place.
What Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Tour Includes?
Live guide in English or audio guide in Spanish, French, Chinese and a few other languages.
Admission to the Lawn Tennis Museum of Wimbledon.
A virtual reality show.
Things Before Go
Dress appropriately for the guided tour takes place outdoors.
Plan to spend at least around an hour at the museum in addition to the guided tour.
Queuing for tickets before the Grand Slam Championship is a part of the local culture and is far from bothersome.
It is an obligation for players to wear white, so nothing apart from their performance can stand out in any way during the match.
Is It Suitable for Me?
Wimbledon is the icon of Great Britain and among must-visit places for travelers visiting London.
Taking the tour is especially recommended for fans of tennis.
The tour introduces the tennis courts and the history of the sport in a fun and interactive way, which is suitable for people of all ages and different interests.
Travelers that visited Wimbledon state in their reviews that the self-guided and guided tours are very insightful and entertaining.
Many of them have a high opinion of their guides and passionate fans of tennis state that the Wimbledon tour was the highlight of their visit to London.
Even visitors that aren't especially enthusiastic about tennis enjoyed the visit.
The reviewers describe their assigned guided as entertaining, knowledgeable and friendly.
Best Times to Visit
Check out the weather forecast and try to book a tour on a dry day.
Address / Pick up Location
All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Church Road, SW19 5AG, London
The Wimbledon Museum is a wheelchair-accessible venue.
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