Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, the world’s largest tennis museum, welcomes you!
Their collection encompasses almost 40,000 artefacts that tell the narrative of lawn tennis, from its beginnings as a fashionable Victorian hobby to The Championships, a world-class tennis event.
Where can I learn about Wimbledon and it's history?
Experience the history and traditions of the famous fortnight in the museum. Experience the Championship’s Trophies up close, feel the fabrics of tennis fashion from the Victorian era, test your skills on the Batak wall and learn how The Championships has developed since 1877 and see something from your favourite player.
Discover the evolution of lawn tennis from a popular hobby to the world-class athletic event that is The Championships. Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum houses nearly 40,000 pieces ranging from tennis equipment to fashion and ornamental arts to ephemera and photographs. The Kenneth Ritchie Wimbledon Library, the world’s biggest tennis library, complements the Museum.
100 Years of Change
Centre Court: 100 Years of Change, celebrates the Centre Court’s 100th anniversary in 2022. The exhibition examines the role the Centre Court has played in witnessing a period of considerable social and cultural progress and the platform that the Court has, and The Championships made that change.
For their family visitors, they have a brand-new Multimedia adventure. Throughout your adventure, you will have the opportunity to develop your own sport, make a trademark Wimbledon ice cream, and even trim the Centre Court grass. Most importantly, you must assist Ella the Engraver in locating the Challenge Cup’s missing components across the Museum before it’s too late! Are you prepared?