The Wimbledon Lawn Museum is located in the All England Lawn tennis Club in Wimbledon, in the South of London and it is a popular attraction if you are planning to travel to London.
The first tennis Championship was held in Wimbledon in 1877, so this makes you and idea of the historical value of Wimbledon. Located at just a few minutes from the capital of England, Wimbledon is chosen every day by hundreds of tourists who have booked their hotel in this lively city.
Packed with trophies and all kind of items from some of the best tennis players in the world, it is a mandatory stop whether you are into tennis or not. The tour offers you the possibility of learning about this popular sport from its beginnings. You can also visit the Trophies Room, with a collection of trophies from 1555 till nowadays, as well as some of the clothes used by world renowned tennis players such as Raphael Nadal in the championship of 2005. We also recommend you to arrange some of the private guided tours which will show you some of the most exclusive places in the Grounds. If you are interested, we recommend you to book your tour online in advance in order to avoid disappointing when getting there.
If you are planning to visit the Wimbledon Museum, you must take into account that the entry is free if you show the entrance to some of the Wimbledon matches. If you are not so lucky, the entry is around 9 pounds. Opened every day all year round, it easily reachable by bus, train or underground from the center of London.
With a wide selection of hotels, London and its surroundings boast things to do and historical places for you to visit and Wimbledon is the best example of it.
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