Take a remarkable multi-dimensional tour of the traditions, triumphs, sights and sounds that have made Wimbledon the most coveted tournament in tennis. Explore the game’s evolution and its development into a multi-million dollar international sport.
What to Expect
Step into the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum to experience the game’s evolution from a garden pastime to a professional sport played world-wide.
With interactive exhibits, touch screens and audio guides in nine languages, people of all ages can learn about the artistry and athleticism of modern tennis.
See the Championship Trophies, hear exciting stories from a “ghost” of John McEnroe on his own experiences at the prestigious tournament.
Watch film and video footage of the most exciting moments and matches in the history of the tournament, and see treasure and mementos from the earliest Championship to the most recent including donations from Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams in 2010.
Finally, experience CentreCourt360, an interactive viewing experience of Centre Court, open outside of the Wimbledon tournament period.
- Entry to museum
- Access to Centre Court 360 viewing platform and interactive gallery
- Live tour guide in English or audio guide in Spanish, Chinese, Croatian, French, German, Italian, Russian (to be picked up in the museum)
Know Before You Go
• Last admission is at 16:30.
• The Museum is only open to ticket holders during the Championships.
• The museum is closed on 24-26 of December and 01 January.
• The public tours are only offered with a live English guide.
• Audio guides are available in different languages at the museum (Spanish, Chinese, Croatian, French, German, Italian, Russian).