Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum (London) Reviews
Description:The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club / Church Road / Wimbledon / London SW 19 5 AE / Fon: (020) 89466131.
Newest Review: ... will find a cinema room, audio guides in various locations, touch screens to give you information about the site. In here you can learn and see everything about the past of this fabulous game. Apart from the days when championship is played in June-July when only members can access, it is open most of the year. The pricing for the visit is Museum Adult £8.50 Concessions £7.50 Child ... more
Customer Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/07/08 (Useful, 17 readings)
Now that Wimbledon has ended how about a visit to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum The museum is located in Wimbledon of course. It has so many things related to the history of tennis. Some of the exhibits date back at least 5 centuries. In the museum you will find a cinema room, audio guides in various locations, touch screens to give you information about the site. In here you can learn and see everything about the past of this fabulous game. Apart from the days when championship is played in June-July when only members can access, it is open most of the year. The pricing for the visit is Museum ... Read the complete review
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