Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

read the following brochure  on Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and answer the questions that follow.

On the 12th April 2006, H.R.H. the Duke of Kent declared the brand new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum open to the public. The state of the art museum features exhibits and artifacts never seen before, as well as audio guides in eight different languages. Please note that the Museum is only accessible to tournament ticket holders during The Championships and no audio guides are available at that time.


  • Fantastic New Cinema
    Within the walls of the new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is a remarkable cinema. The Cinema features a 200° screen that immerses the viewer into the world of The Championships by showing a film about the science of tennis.

    Filming took place during the 2005 Championships on Centre Court of Russia’s Maria Sharapova against Spain’s Nuria Llagostera Vives. Graham English Productions used a special panoramic rig that used 5 cameras at the same time, the result of which is a film that can be frozen and rotated around the field of action at any time.

    Using this technique, the film focuses on 20 different aspects of the match and showed viewers how players’ bodies and equipment are affected during the course of a professional tennis match.

  • McEnroe’s Ghost Sighted at the New Museum
    Bringing together an old technique called ‘Pepper’s Ghost’ with new projection and filming technology, the museum is able to create an exciting way to view a scene from Wimbledon’s past. In a recreation of the 1980s Gentlemen’s Dressing Room, a ghost-like image of John McEnroe appears and takes you through a tour of the normally off-limits area. McEnroe reminisces about his memories about the Dressing Room, including how he first met Jimmy Connors and how he would emotionally prepare himself for matches.
  • The Whites of Wimbledon
    The fashions of Wimbledon continue to be a point of attention and significance to the story of tennis and the new Museum will house an extensive collection of Wimbledon attire. Everything from outfits worn in the 1880s to Rafeal Nadal’s dri-fit ‘pirate’ trousers are on display. There is also an interactive exhibit where you can feel the weight difference between male and female clothing in 1884.
  • Extraordinary New Technology
    Interactive touch screen consoles are evenly distributed throughout the Museum hallways. These information access points make up a part of the new and existing technologies within the Museum. Other features are the ‘Get a Grip’ rotating wheel of rackets; ‘The Reactor’ game and an archive of great past Championship matches, all of which can be enjoyed by visitors of any age.

Museum and Tour Prices

Adult £10.00
Concessions £8.75
Child £5.50

Museum & Tour
Adult £18.00
Concessions £15.75
Child £13.00

Open: Throughout the year, daily: 10.00am – 5pm. Last admission is 4.30pm. The Museum is only open to ticket holders during The Championships (21 June – 4 July 2010).

Closed: The middle Sunday of The Championships, the Monday immediately after The Championships, 24th, 25th, 26th December and 1st January.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
Church Road
London SW19 5AE.

For any enquiries, please contact us by:
Telephone: (020) 8946 6131
or Fax: (020) 8947 8752



  1. Who declared the Museum open to the public?
  2. What is the newest feature of the museum?
  3. How many languages are used to compose audio guides?
  4. What is the eligibility to enter the museum?
  5. In which year was the Fantastic new cinema filmed?
  6. What allows one to know the weight difference between  female and male clothing?
  7. How much a child has to pay to enter the museum?
  8. Which month the museum remain closed most?

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