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Published: April  03, 2012

Wimbledom

The All England Lawn Tennis Club is the obvious venue when it comes to tennis clubs in London (the fortnight-long championship starts in the last week of June). Museum Experience Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and embark on a stunning multi-dimensional tour of the traditions, the triumphs, the emotions, and the sights and sounds that have made Wimbledon the most coveted title in tennis. Championship event Access to Centre and Number One/Two courts requires corporate clout or obsessive-compulsive organisation (such is the demand that there's even an online public ballot open from Aug-Dec of the preceding year, where you can enter a draw to buy tickets, with no choice of day, time or court). Day tickets for the outer courts can be queued for on the day, though 'the day' for many starts the night before with sleeping bags and gritted determination. Tours of the club and access to the museum, whose collection dates back to 1555, is available to all outside of the championship. And if you are there, obviously you have to have the campaign, strawberries and cream,

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Address :

Church Road, Wimbledon, London, - SW19 5AE United Kingdom

Phones :

+44 20 89441066
Fax:+44 20 8947 8752

Schedule :

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is open daily 10.00am - 5.00pm.

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Published: April  03, 2012

Wimbledom

The All England Lawn Tennis Club is the obvious venue when it comes to tennis clubs in London (the fortnight-long championship starts in the last week of June). Museum Experience Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and embark on a stunning multi-dimensional tour of the traditions, the triumphs, the emotions, and the sights and sounds that have made Wimbledon the most coveted title in tennis. Championship event Access to Centre and Number One/Two courts requires corporate clout or obsessive-compulsive organisation (such is the demand that there's even an online public ballot open from Aug-Dec of the preceding year, where you can enter a draw to buy tickets, with no choice of day, time or court). Day tickets for the outer courts can be queued for on the day, though 'the day' for many starts the night before with sleeping bags and gritted determination. Tours of the club and access to the museum, whose collection dates back to 1555, is available to all outside of the championship. And if you are there, obviously you have to have the campaign, strawberries and cream,