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Wimbledon All England Tennis Club and Lawn Tennis Museum: Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Ticket
"Meet your guide at the prestigious All England Club in Wimbledon and then set off on your behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic tennis venue to learn about the home of The Championships and see facilities used during London 2012.Stroll around Centre Court and No 1 Court to see where the likes of Roger Federer Pete Sampras and Andy Murray battled out victories and admire the old pony-drawn roller that once kept the grass courts in prime condition. Wander around the picnic spots where summertime crowds gather to eat strawberries and cream and visit Aorangi Terrace the hill better known by its nicknames: Henman Hill or Murray Mound. Pose for photos in the press interview room and visit Millennium Building to see the private players’ facilities.Your tour finishes outside Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum so head inside with your entrance ticket and explore the exhibition space independently. Showcasing the history of tennis at Wimbledon
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Wimbledon All England Tennis Club and Lawn Tennis Museum: Behind-the-Scenes Tour and Ticket
"Meet your guide at the prestigious All England Club in Wimbledon and then set off on your behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic tennis venue to learn about the home of The Championships and see facilities used during London 2012.Stroll around Centre Court and No 1 Court to see where the likes of Roger Federer Pete Sampras and Andy Murray battled out victories and admire the old pony-drawn roller that once kept the grass courts in prime condition. Wander around the picnic spots where summertime crowds gather to eat strawberries and cream and visit Aorangi Terrace the hill better known by its nicknames: Henman Hill or Murray Mound. Pose for photos in the press interview room and visit Millennium Building to see the private players’ facilities.Your tour finishes outside Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum so head inside with your entrance ticket and explore the exhibition space independently. Showcasing the history of tennis at Wimbledon
From GBP24.00
 
Kew Gardens Entrance Ticket
"Head inside Kew Gardens and then spend as little or as much time as you like exploring London’s finest botanical gardens. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site Kew Gardens consists of acres of tranquil grounds with one of the world’s largest collections of plants. Either walk around at leisure or join one of the free guided walking tours that take place daily in the gardens.Stroll around admiring highli Minka House and Bamboo Garden in the center of the park. Check out the 17th century-style Queen’s Garden near Kew Palace (also known as the Dutch House) and see several of Kew’s oldest sculptures that were donated by the British Royal Family.Perhaps take a walk along the Rhizotron and Xstrara Treetop Walkway and stroll through the crowns of oak trees at a height of 59 feet (18m) seeing birdlife fungi and lichen up close. Watch out for the 10-storey Pagoda in the southwest corner of the gardens
From GBP15.00

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Wimbledon) Tips (11)

Queueing for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships

In June 1999 I took the chance to visit the famous Wimbledon tennis championships in the first week of the tournament.A certain number of tickets are always available daily at the turnstiles for...
HORSCHECK
Dec 12, 2015

The Home of Tennis!

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is considered the most prestigious. It has been held at the All England Club in the London suburb of Wimbledon since 1877. nearest tube...
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GrantBoone
Nov 10, 2010

WIMBLEDON - Grand Slam Tennis

Unfortunally I had never had an opportunity to watch the top tennis playes live, but I never miss a single game on TV. If you are in London at the end of June, attending this Grand Slam is a MUST, but...
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Umea6
Aug 24, 2006

Visiting Wimbledon

For tennis lovers, Wimbledon means something special. The Wimbledon stadium is a nostalgic place to visit as it has more than 100 years of history. Since getting tickets to watch the matches at...
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GK2005
Feb 08, 2006

Wimbledon!

One of the places that have fascinated me the most! I have visited at least once on all of my 3 trips to London... Once during the championships (though i didnt have time to see any of the...
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husain
Jan 01, 2005

A Love tip...new balls please

Everybody has heard of Wimbledon - the home of tennis, but few realise that the general public can play on some very well- kept courts in London's parks.It will cost around seven to eight pounds to...
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sourbugger
Oct 30, 2004

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships

The world's most splendid tennis event - weather permitting - is as much about strawberries, cream and tradition as smashing balls.Most tickets for the Centre and Number One courts are distributed by...
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unexplored
Jul 08, 2004

Wimbledon!

We were lucky enough to get Wimbledon tickets for one day during the 2004 championships.It was always one of those things that I hoped to do whilst living in London, and I was not disappointed.The...
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sue_stone
Jul 04, 2004

Wimbeldon Warmup

Stella Artois Championships, the event for those who want to warmup their feet on the grass before the Wimbeldon.Held every year in June, just about a week after French Open, you get to see many of...
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Yudhis
Jun 09, 2004

Wimbledon Tennis

First two weeks in June are Wimbledon fortnight , and i being a jammy git normally get free tickets for Wimbledon. Which is a class day out for acting like a ponce and drinking Pimms.The centre and...
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biggeorge
Dec 17, 2003

Wimbledon Tennis

Wimbledon is the world's premier Grand Slam tennis championships. Thousands of tennis lover come to London just to watch that game. You could be there too, wandering around the outside courts, sitting...
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Imbi
Sep 14, 2002
 
 
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HMS Belfast

The HMS Belfast was a cruiser, launched in 1938. She saw action in World War II and the Korean War. Her most famous battle was the Battle of North Cape in December 1943. She fired a star shell over...
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Syon Park

Syon was built on the site of a medieval abbey, named after Mount Zion in the Holy Land, which itself had been built on the site of a Roman settlement which lay between the main road leading west out...
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Saint John The Evangelist Church

The present church of Saint John the Evangelist it was built in the 19th century in Gothic style by the architect Henry Clutton and it was the third church to be built in Stanmore. What i did like...
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The Brick Church

The ruins of the church of St John the Evangelist which is also called the Brick Church it stands beside the present church and both surrounded by tomb stones in the graveyard. When i have entered the...
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Chiswick

Several houses have been given a civic award for their flood defences along Chiswick Mall. The plaques are attached to the wall of some of the houses as the area is particularly vulnerable to...
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Mirehouse

We came across Mirehouse entirely by accident whilst driving around Bassenthwaite Lake. It happened to be open, so we decided to visit. The house was built in 1666 by the 8th Earl of Derby. He sold...
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