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Wimbledon Tennis

Information on Wimbledon Tennis


Future Wimbledon Championships
2012 25 June – 8 July
2013 24 June – 7 July
2014 23 June – 6 July
2015 22 June – 5 July

Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19
Tel: 020 8946 6131
Closed Mondays.
Sundays 2-5pm
A charge is made

Wimbledon Windmill Museum

The windmill built in 1817

Windmill Rd. Wimbledon Common, SW19

Tel: 020 8947 2825

Easter to October weekends & Public Holidays 2pm to 5pm Other times by prior arrangement

Adults £1 Children 50p

Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History

corner of Ridgway and Lingfield Road,Saturdays 2.30pm and 5pm
(other times by appointment)Admission is free

Cannizaro Park

Grade 2 listed garden
Open Air Summer Theatre
Wimbledon CommonAdmission is free to the park

Cannon Hill Common

Common land
A walk close to the houses
10 minutes walk from both houses.Free

Hampton Court Palace


(Royal Palaces)
A magnificent palace and gardens built by Cardinal Wolsley and acquired by Henry VIII
State apartments, Tudor kitchens, Henry VIII’s Great Hall and the gardens with its famous maze

East Molesey

A3 west to junction with A3000

Tel: 020 8781 9500

Mon 10.15am to 4.40pm
Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am to 4.30pm
Mon 10.15am to 6pm
Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am to 6pm

A charge is made

Box Hill

National Trust Page

Over 800 acres of woods and chalk downland with magnificent views to the south downs
The view from the top of the hill is spectacular.
This can be reached by car or the energetic way; by walking up the hill from the car park at the bottom

2.5 miles south of Leatherhead on the A24

>Tel: 01306 885502

open all year (visitor centre open 11am to 5pm)

No charge except for parking (which is free to National Trust Members)

Wandle Industrial Museum

 The Wandle Industrial Museum

The Vestry Hall Annexe, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3UD:

Tel: 020 8648 012


Chessington World of Adventure

A theme park full of exciting rides

The new ride is “Comet Land”

A3 west to junction

Tel:01372 727227

Advanced bookings Tel: 0870 444 7777

5th April to end October 10am to 5pm (later during July and August)

A charge is made

Wimbledon Common

Open common land with walks

The Windmill (see above)

Open air Theatre

Ceasers Camp ancient settlement site (not much to see, but some ancient earth works)

Wimbledon CommonNo charge

Wimbledon Theatre

Theatricle shows, plays and events. 

Tickets Tel: 0870 060 6646

Groups Tel:0870 060 6644


Deen City Farm

Farm animals for childrenRiding School39 Windsor Avenue
Merton AbbeyTel: 020 8543 5300

Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am to 5.30pm

Admission free
(donations welcomed)

Kew Palace

Historic Royal PalaceWithin Kew Gardens Admission is charged for in addition to the entry to Kew Gardens

Richmond Park

A Royal Park open to the publicDeer roam free. The Isabella Plantation offers some spectacular displays of flowersRichmond Park

No charge

Merton Abbey Mill

A craft marketThe old water mill.
No charge



Kew Gardens

World famous botanical gardens Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey, TW8 8JF
Tel: 020 8940 1171


Tudor House with later additionsExhibitions of Nonsuch Palace, Cheam Pottery, Cheam School and fully furnished period room.

Merton Road, Cheam, Surrey

Tel: 020 8643 1236

Oct to March – Wed, Thurs & Sun 2pm to 5.30pm – Sat 10am to 5.30pm

April to September – Tuesday to Friday + Sunday & Bank Holiday Mon 2pm to 5.30pm

A charge is made

Merton Heritage Centre


Merton Heritage and Local Studies Centre,
2nd floor, Morden Library,
Merton Civic Centre,
London Road
Morden SM4 5DX

Tel. 020 8545 3239/4038

Located on the second floor of Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre.

Monday to Friday
9.30am to 7.00pm

9.30am to 5.00pm

Sunday     Closed

A Queen Ann mansion, now part of a Catholic School 

Pound Street, Carshalton, Surrey

Tel: 020 8770 4871

A charge is made

Little Holland House

1904 interiorPaintings, copper work and furnitureBeeches Ave, Carshalton,
Tel: 020 8770 4781
Open 1st Sunday each month, plus Bank Holidays
1.30pm to 5.30pmNo charge

Ham House

Stuart House built in 1610 and extended in 1670Rare collection of 17th Century Furnishings and Fittings in original settingHam House, Richmond, Surrey TW10 7RS
Tel: 020 8940 1950
Museum19th Century Water Pumping Station

Kew Bridge 

Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, Middlesex
Tel: 020 8568 4757

11am to 5pm

Morden Hall Park

Historic parkland, with meadows, wetlands and a network of waterways Fragrant and colourful rose garden with over 2,000 roses (May-Sept) Local craft workshops – including potter, carvers, furniture restorer, artist in residence and handmade card maker Old Snuff Mill Environmental Centre brings learning to life Morden Hall Road
SM4 5JDTel: 020 8648 1845
Fax: 020 8687 0094
Park open all year during daylight

Claremont Lake

A tranquil oasis in urban Surrey Parkland created by some of the great names in garden history Unique 18th-century grass amphitheatre Serpentine lake with a superb variety of waterfowl – 52 species to spot! Home to one of the finest Lebanese cedars in England Lots of exciting children’s trails   

South Side House

Southside House, on Wimbledon Common, was rebuilt by Robert Pennington in the William & Mary style, after the Great Plague of London in 1665.One of the oldest houses in Greater London, it is still used as a private residence by descendants of the Pennington family, and the house remains largely unchanged.Southside House
3-4 Woodhayes Road
Wimbledon Common
SW19 4RJ 07 Email:
Tel: 020 8946 7643Fax: 020 7376 3327Southside stands on the southern corner of Wimbledon Common. in Woodhayes Road, beside Kings School School, and opposite a small green with two pubs – the Crooked Billet, and the Hand in Hand.
Southside Housw is open for guided tours on Wednesdays and Saturdays, Sundays and Bank holidays from Easter Saturday to October 2nd. The guided tours last an hour, and start at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm. No booking is necessary. Admission: adults £5.00, children £2.50, family ticket £10.00, concessions £4.00

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