Celebrate Wimbledon year-round at this multi award-winning
Museum. With unique access to legendary players the Museum
provides an intimate view of the living story of tennis through its
artefacts, inter-actives and films, its amazing new 3D Cinema, the
original Trophies, and a resident 'ghost' of John McEnroe.
Touch screens, and audio-guides bring the collection to life.
Recent donations include outfits from Andy Murray from his
Olympic victory, from the current Champions Roger Federer and
Serena Williams, and from Jonathan Marray - the first British
Champion in the Gentlemen's Doubles since 1936!
There are special exhibitions in the Museum Gallery which are
frequently changed. The current exhibition is about tennis at
the Olympic Games.
Included, outside of the tournament period, is CentreCourt360 in
Centre Court itself with interactive galleries giving fun facts
about the court, and a viewing platform with touch-screen
Admission: Adult £12.00
Not valid for guided tour of the grounds
Opening Times: Daily 10.00-17.00. Last entry
The Museum will be closed on 23 & 30 June, and 8 & 9
July. During the tournament from 24 June to 7 July vouchers are
still valid, but only those with Championship tickets can get into
Visit Time: 1 hour
Telephone: 020 8946 6131