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Home of the world-renowned Wimbledon Championships at the oldest and most famous tennis court in the world and one of only four hosts of Grand Slam tournaments in the world- the others being Australia, France, and the United States. he name ‘Wimbledon’ makes ears perk up across the globe and if you’re visiting, consider hiring a car for a seamless and comfortable trip.
Book in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals! You’ll find prices starting from just £19 per day for car hire in Wimbledon for a compact car like a Toyota Aygo or similar.
Guide to Wimbledon
Lying in the suburbs of London, Wimbledon has a similar temperate oceanic climate with warm summers and cool winters. There is frequent rainfall all year round.
Things To Do in Wimbledon
Watch the Championships and explore the museum
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club holds the world’s oldest tennis tournament every year in July. The famous Centre Court, which has a seating capacity of 14,979 and a retractable roof, is where the Men’s and Women’s Finals are played. You can buy tickets by entering a domestic or overseas public ballot or can even queue overnight for an exclusive seat. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum was founded in 1970 and has an impressive collection of exhibits and memorabilia dating back to 1555. It includes a tennis rulebook from the 16th century, Championship trophies, and antique rackets, as well as a Virtual Reality experience that makes you feel like you’re at the centre of the court.
Pay homage at a Buddhist monastery
The enchanting Thai-inspired Buddhist monastery, Wat Buddhapadipa Temple stands on four acres of land and is the first of its kind to be built in Britain. It was inaugurated by the monarch of Thailand and his wife in 1966 and features a lovely ornamental lake and flower garden. Look out for the black bronze Buddha presented by the monarch in 1966, as well as the gold Buddha from Bangkok’s Grand Palace installed here in 1990.
Take your kids to the theatre
The beloved Polka Theatre was established in 1979 and holds plays for children in its 300-seater main auditorium, as well as productions for babies and toddlers in its 70 seat studio. It has a café and playground as well as fun displays like props, costumes, sets and puppets. There is always an award-winning show, drama workshop, or storytelling session for kids going on.
Eating Out in Wimbledon
Cent Anni is a popular Italian restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine from an open kitchen. Other than the usual pasta, risottos and thin-crust pizzas, you can try their panko-crusted calf’s liver with caramelised onion and creamy mash. Cote Wimbledon is a branch of the nationwide chain and is probably the best place to eat in Wimbledon. You are sure to relish their beef bourguignon, poulet Breton and signature steak-frites. Giggling Squid brings Thai cuisine to Wimbledon. We recommend their best-selling salt-and-pepper squid as well as chubby cheek pork along with the usual Thai staples.
The nearest airport to Wimbledon is London Heathrow International Airport (LHR), located 10.6 miles away.
Getting Around Wimbledon
Wimbledon Station is the only tube station in Zone 3 with an interchange between rail, Underground and Tramlink services. Situated right in the middle of Wimbledon town centre, the station connects you to all major parts of the city and country. TfL (Transport for London) also operates an extensive bus network.
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