Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
The plush green lawns of the world famous Wimbledon tennis tournament sets the stage at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Step back through the years to celebrate the history of the game and the many greats that have graced its turf. The museum opened in 1977 and can be located on the premises of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Inside, the history goes back as far as 1555 revealing the history of the all-white uniforms players must wear at the tournament, along with outfits from eras past. John McEnroe’s Ghost is a projection that takes visitors into off-limits areas and a 200 degree immersive cinema screen gives extreme close ups of how players perform during a match.
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
Adult : £13.00
Child : £8.00
Senior Citizen: £9.50