Most of us can’t get to the tournament. For us, there’s still something to see the rest of the year. It’s sort of like a Hall of Fame with an emphasis, of course, on Wimbledon, with artifacts going back to 1555, although the British have never been prouder than they are now that Scotsman Andy Murray brought home the trophy after 77 years. There is no other museum in the world where a ghostly video apparition of John McEnroe appears in a locker room to vent about opponents. He comes in peace. No need to duck.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Church Rd., SW19
Our Rating Hours April–Sept, daily 10am–5:30pm, Oct–March daily 10am–5:00pm Transportation Tube: Southfields or Tooting Broadway, then bus 493; or National Rail to Wimbledon Station, then bus 493 Phone 020/8946-6131 Prices £13 adults, £8 children, £11 seniors/students Web site Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
MapChurch Rd., SW19 London
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