Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Celebrate Wimbledon year-round at its world-class Museum. With unique access to the legendary players the Museum provides a closer view of the living story of tennis than ever before through its artefacts, inter-actives and films, and resident ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe. Touch screens and audio-guides bring the Museum’s collection to life. A new 3D cinema opened in 2012. You may also book one of the increasingly popular tours of the Wimbledon grounds. Led by Blue-Badge Guides the route includes No. 1 Court, The Millennium Building with the Press Interview Room and some of the players’ facilities, and, of course, Centre Court.
Tel: 020 8946 6131
Last day of Tours before The Championships 2016: Sunday 12 June.
Museum closed: Sunday 26 June.
Museum open to The Championships ticket holders only (admission charges still apply): 27 June - 10 July
The Museum will be open to the public on Sunday 3 July, if no play is scheduled.
Museum closed: Monday 11 July & Tuesday 12 July
Museum re-opens: Wednesday 13 July
Tours re-commence: Saturday 16 July
Entry Charges: Admission: Museum Only. Adult £11.00, Concession £9.50, Child £6.75. Museum & Tour. Adult £20.00, Concession £17.00, Child £12.50