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Museum Building, The All England Club, Church Rd, Wimbledon, LONDON, SW19 5AEWrite a review
Visitors to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum are invited to explore the game's evolution from a garden party pastime to a multi-million dollar professional sport played worldwide. Highlights include the Championship Trophies; a cinema that captures the Science of Tennis using CGI special effects; film and video footage of some of the most memorable matches; an extensive collection of memorabilia dating back to 1555, and a holographic John McEnroe who walks through a recreated 1980s changing room. Tours of the grounds are also available.
Museum £11 (ch £6.75, ch under 5 free, concessions £9.50). Party 15+. Museum & tour £20 (ch £12.50, concessions £17)
Open all year, daily 10-5. Closed Sun before & middle Sun of Championships, Mon & Tue immediately following Championships, 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan (check website for opening during the Olympic period)
Parking (not available around championships).
Coach parties welcome (pre-booking is advised).
No dogs (except assist dogs).
Underground - Southfields, 15mins walk. By road - from central London take A3 Portsmouth road, just before Tibbet's Corner left onto A219 towards Wimbledon, down Parkside, left onto Church Rd