A day at Wimbledon, including access to areas not open to the public
See the hallowed turf, Millennium Building and that famous Centre Court roof
Explore the state-of-the-art museum
Lunch in the Wingfield Cafe and finish with strawberries and champagne
Get an exclusive behind the scenes look at the revered All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, following in the footsteps of tennis legends. See the hallowed Wimbledon turf, picnic terraces, many of the players' facilities, the Millennium Building, the gorgeous water gardens with their amazing views over London and the famous new roof within the iconic Centre Court. Lunch is served up within the Wingfield Cafe and then explore the state-of-the-art Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum with interactive exhibits, including a 200-degree cinema. It is packed with tennis memorabilia including the original Wimbledon champions' trophies. End in true Wimbledon style with strawberries and champagne.
Selected Saturdays (excluding Wimbledon fortnight) from April to October.
Any tennis fan is welcome, but children under 16 years old must be accompanied by a participating adult.
Gates open at 10am (please arrive shortly after this for a prompt start). The tour begins at 10.30am, lunch is served around 12.30pm and champagne and strawberries around 2.45pm. The experience ends at around 3.30pm.
Numbers on the Day
A maximum of 30 people share the day.
Dress code is casual/smart. It's a walking tour (with lots of steps) and some sections are outdoors, so wear comfy shoes and bring a brolly if it's wet. Don't forget your camera.
District line to Southfields, the club is a 20 minute walk. By rail, Waterloo to Wimbledon, 25 mins. Bus 493 from Wimbledon mainline station, Tooting Broadway and Southfields tube, runs every 15 mins. Free parking available on neighbouring roads on Sats.