Wimbledon is only a week away and for those of you who won’t make the centre court this tournament, the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is open all year around.
Captivating interactive touch screens and an unrivalled collection of tennis memorabilia – with some exhibits dating from the 1550s – explores the story of the game and the Wimbledon Championships in a highly entertaining way, making for a truly memorable group day out.
The latest introduction to greet guests is the arrival of the highly anticipated newly designed trophy display in the Museum, where visitors can experience the trophies like never before.
The impressive new display area features two large showcases containing the iconic Championship trophies.
The world famous Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ singles trophies can now be viewed in the round in all their glory; whilst a third showcase features the Doubles trophies, the runners-up salvers, and examples of the miniature trophies presented to the players.
Tactile interactive focus on decorative details from the trophies and a new scrolling interactive about the Champions enables visitors to find every winner from 1877 onwards for all five Championships.
Complete the visit by taking the behind-the-scenes Tour of the grounds, revealing areas of interest which are normally unseen by the public.
The exclusive Blue Badge Guide Tour offers an intimate look at the delights of Wimbledon; where visitors can reflect on the moments of triumph stirred within the Trophy room showcase.
An unmissable destination for when planning group travel – group organisers may also pre-book morning coffee, lunch, or afternoon tea from a variety of menus to enjoy in a reserved area of the Wingfield café.
Group bookings of fifteen or more should be made in advance, and are available in a variety of languages including, Japanese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Malay and Indonesian.
For up-to-date information visit wimbledon.com/museum or call +44 (0)20 8946 6131
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