- Perfect for tennis fans
- Explore Centre and No 1 Courts, the picnic terraces, museum and the rest of the grounds at this famous old club
- £40.00 for two people
Take a fully guided tour of the All England Club, reliving the traditions and triumphs of the oldest tennis tournament in the world, first held in 1877. You'll learn all about the Championships, and have a chance to delve into tennis history in the Club's museum.
Take the fascinating tour around the famous Centre Court, No 1 Court, picnic terraces – otherwise known as Henman Hill or Murray Mount – and areas that are usually out of bounds to the public, including the press interview room and the Millennium Building.
Explore the evolution of the sport in the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and find out how a garden-party pastime became a multi-million-pound sport played worldwide. Guests of all ages can appreciate the skill and sportsmanship of modern tennis through the use of the interactive touch screens and the museum also has an array of tennis memorabilia, a cinema and even a ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe.
- Tour of the All England Lawn Tennis Club for two people, as part of a small group
- Entrance for two to the Lawn Tennis Museum
Please note that ticket restrictions apply, see FAQs for details.
What happens on the day?A
Both of you will take part in a tour of the All England Lawn Tennis Club as part of a small group. Visitors are asked to arrive 30 minutes before the start of their tour.
A typical tour includes visits to Centre and No 1 Courts, the picnic terraces (Henman Hill/Murray Mount) and the Millennium Building, the Press Interview Room and entrance to the museum, which you can enjoy before or after the tour. Highlights of the museum include Championship trophies, a ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe which appears right before visitors’ eyes, 200° Cinema with CGI special effects and film and video footage which takes visitors right into the action of some of the most memorable and exciting tournament matches. There is also an extensive collection of tennis memorabilia dating back to 1555 and a museum gallery with captivating displays.
Who is the experience suitable for?A
Minimum age: 16
People with mobility problems may find the tour challenging as there is a lot of walking.
When can I do this?A
The experience runs on selected dates throughout the year. The tours are normally available seven days a week.
We recommend you book at least four weeks in advance to ensure that dates are available. This is only a guideline and we advise you to book as early as possible to ensure that dates are available before the expiry date listed on your voucher, which will be nine months from the purchase date. All bookings are subject to availability.
How long should I allow for this experience?A
Please allow approximately 2 hours 30 minutes for the whole experience.
We ask that you arrive 30 minutes before your tour start time.
How does this work?A
All you have to do is pay for the experience and we’ll send a voucher through the post, then you just need to check the info and book your experience.
What additional information is there?A
Disabled facilities are available; there is a lift in the museum and disabled toilets.
Nearest train station is Southfields.
What about insurance?A
The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence.