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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.

Gate 4, All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, Wimbledon
SW19 5AE
Tel: 020 8946 6131
Opening Times: Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is open daily 10am to 5.30pm (including weekends and Bank Holidays). Last entrance to the Museum is at 5.00pm.
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
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