The All-England Club at Wimbledon

Home to the oldest and perhaps best known tennis tournament in the world, the All-England Lawn Tennis Club is tucked away in the attractive green suburb of Wimbledon.  The Club run an excellent Museum and regular tours of the grounds, show courts and media facilities.

Henman Hill during the 2014 Championships

Using a driver-guide is a great way of seeing Wimbledon, which is not easily accessible using public transport.  I can guide you and your party of up to six, so you won’t have to join a public tour of up to 35 people.  We will see Centre Court and Court One, Henman Hill, the outside courts and the Press Interview Room.  Your ticket will also get to access to the wonderful Tennis Museum which tells the story of lawn tennis up to the present day and displays the actual trophies won by the Men’s and Ladies’ Champions every year.

People usually spend two and a half hours at Wimbledon, including time to visit the well stocked and exclusive shop.  A visit to Wimbledon can be included in a half or full-day tour of London or be combined with a visit to Hampton Court Palace or Windsor.

 

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