Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum tells the story of how tennis evolved from a Victorian garden party to today’s multi-million dollar professional sport.
The Museum has a collection that encompasses a variety of objects, including clothing, jewellery, toys, rackets, balls, fine art, photographs, postcards, ceramics, trophies, medals, memorabilia and players’ personal clothing and rackets.
Exhibitions and events
The Museum runs a behind-the scenes tour of the grounds and has a Learning Department providing a range of themed tours and sessions. The Kenneth Ritchie Memorial Library contains an outstanding collection of British and foreign lawn tennis books, annuals, periodicals, programmes and newspaper cuttings which are available for study and research by appointment.
The museum is open throughout the year from 10am – 5.30pm (last admission at 5pm). However we are closed between the 24th and 26th December and on the 1st January. In addition, our opening times vary during the Championships so please visit our website for up-to-date information.