KEY DATES FOR WIMBLEDON 2016

Qualifying begins: 20 June

The Draw: 24 June

Pre-event Press Conferences: 25 & 26 June

Order of Play: 26 June

Championships begin: 27 June

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Visit & Tickets

What to see

The Museum

Experience the history and traditions of ‘the Fortnight’ in the Museum. Get up close to the Championships Trophies, feel the fabrics of tennis fashions from the Victorian period, test your skills on the Batak wall and learn about how The Championships has developed since 1877. With clothing and equipment donated by tennis’ top stars, you’re certain to see something from your favourite player. Our 3D film, interactive displays and John McEnroe ‘ghost’ will inspire all tennis fans. A fun and informative audio guide in 10 languages is available free of charge.

16 May to 22 May - 3D film unavialable

23 May to 05 June - 2D film available

06 June to 16 June - Cinema closed

Centre Court Visit

Museum ticket holders may also visit Centre Court, accompanied by one of our helpful Tour Assistants, on a short 10 minute visit. These visits depart from outside the Museum Shop every 60 minutes.

13 June to 25 June  - Centre Court visit unavailable

13 July to 15 July  - Centre Court visit unavailable


The Tour

Our award-winning behind-the-scenes tours of the Grounds are the perfect way to see this world-famous site. Expertly led by a friendly Blue Badge Guide, you’ll learn about how Wimbledon’s distinctive grass is cared for and how the site is improved and developed each year. You’ll see facilities provided for the press, broadcasters and of course, the world’s best tennis players.

Tour highlights (until 12 June 2016)

  1. Aorangi Terrace (‘The Hill’)
  2. No.1 Court
  3. Media Centre
  4. Players’ Entrance
  5. Centre Court

From 16 July 2016

After the Championships 2016 we will be offering a new Tour route. Find out what goes on behind the scenes in the Broadcast Centre to get Wimbledon to your TV, tablet or smartphone, visit areas reserved for the players and the media, and finish your visit in the world-famous Centre Court.

Pre-booked private groups are welcome and our team of guides can offer tours in 17 languages. Please call +44 (0)20 8946 6131 to discuss your requirements.

Please note that all areas on the Tour are subject to availability.

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