The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is located at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon.
Stadium Tours can usually be booked the day before your visit, but allow yourself time to print tickets.
The museum is open all year round and the collections include items dating back to 1555. There is also an option to take a guided tour of the All England Club, which includes admission to the museum in the ticket price.
Visitors to the Museum are invited to explore the game's evolution from a garden party pastime to a multi-million dollar professional sport played world-wide: with exciting interactives, easy-to-use touch screens, and audio guides in eight languages, people of all ages can experience the artistry and athleticism that is modern tennis.
The tour includes No.1 Court, the Picnic Terraces and Water Gardens with their fantastic views across London, The Millennium Building and Press Interview Room, which are out-of-bounds during The Championships, and, on days when building work permits, Centre Court. On other days this will be replaced by the BBC Television Studio.
Visits to the tour and museum usually lasts around two and a half hours, including 90 minutes for the tour and an hour for the museum.
Tickets are booked through Evan Evans Tours.
Wimbledon Museum Opening Hours:
Museum: 10.00am to 5.00pm. Last admission at 4.30pm
Closed 1 July, 24-26 December and 1 January
Go to Southfields on the District Line or Tooting Broadway on the Northern Line, then take Bus 493. Enter through Gate 3.
From 1 July to 14 July, the Museum will be open to tournament ticket holders only. There are no Tours from 17 June to 19 July.
Allow at least 1 hour to visit the Museum, and 2½ hours for the Museum and Tour
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.