Wimbledon
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Wimbledon is one of the most famous and oldest tennis tournaments in the wolrd, having been held at the all England club in Wimbledon, London since 1877. The tournament lasts for two weeks from Late June to early July. The events consist of ladies and mens singles and doubles and also mixed doubles. There are also junior and disabled categories. Tickets range from £30- £180 depending on the court you sit in and the match i.e. semi final/final etc. It advised to book well in advance as some events are in high demand.
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  • Elaine L
    13 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Get there early for grounds tickets and head for Courts 3, 12, or 18
    We had grounds tickets, got to the field at 6 45am and had an amazing day, seeing lots of live tennis on Courts 3 and 12 (recommend Court 18 also). If you are going for the day and queuing for a grounds ticket, I would recommend buying a coffee and breakfast from someone else before you get to the grounds from Southfields Station as there are nowhere nearly enough food/drink outlets on the field, meaning you can queue for over an hour for a cup of coffee! Apart from that, the organisation is very good, the staff are friendly and helpful. When you get seats in a court, don't leave one seat gaps! They'd be able to get a lot more people in at end changes if people didnt do that!
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written July 8, 2023
  • E B
    England, United Kingdom74 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Excellent day, well organised.
    Fabulous day at Wimbledon watching the tennis. We had tickets for court 1 but we also enjoyed watching the games on the other courts, court 14 and 18 and watching it on the screen whilst sitting on the hill. Wimbledon is cashless so don’t expect to use up your cash around the grounds. The Lavazza coffee is excellent……but the queues are very long, you pay an extra £1 per cup which is supposed to be a deposit in order that you return it, but with the long queue you end up dropping your cups in the charity box. We found plenty to eat and drink but many take their own picnics, there are rules on bag sizes (which we adhered to), we did however see some quite large bags arriving into the grounds. The Amex Lounge is great with some lovely freebies (remember to ask for them if not offered), you need to be an Amex card holder or i think you can sign up on the day, the staff are happy to take your photo/s and the setting is beautiful. The staff around the grounds are amazing, friendly and extremely helpful. Getting to the ground was easy on the tube to Southfields and well organised from the tube exit to the Wimbledon entrance, which is about a 15 minute walk.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 9, 2023
  • Anne S
    Warrington, United Kingdom47 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing tennis, pity about the prices.
    As always the Wimbledon experience for a tennis fan was second to none. This time on court one. However Corporate is ruining it by taking people who aren’t a bit interested in tennis and are only there for the freebie. There was a whole row in front of us empty for most of the afternoon, a third of the row we were on was also empty for most of the same time. Until 2 women eventually came and sat down and proceeded to talk most of the time. When the row in front filled up they came with jugs of Pimm’s just to keep them going. They also talked a lot until someone asked them to be quiet. That wasn’t appreciated by at least one of their party. It started raining so the roof had to be closed at which point they all disappeared again before returning with more jugs. No objection to people having a drink we also had one. £27.20 for 2 glasses of Rosé £2 of which was a deposit on the reusable plastic glass, return to get your deposit back. This is to enable them to keep their carbon footprint down by reducing plastic waste. £87 for a bottle of Lanson Champagne, £34 for a bottle of Prosecco. If you are going do yourself a favour stop at Tesco as you get off the underground at Southfields and buy some drinks and sandwiches to take in with you. Oh and don’t forget your own plastic glasses.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 10, 2023
  • julie j
    North Yorkshire, United Kingdom33 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Loved the tennis, couldn’t afford to shop there.
    We were lucky to get tickets for court 1 on Thursday 13 July 2023. The tennis was brilliant and we saw 4 matches over 7 hours. We had great seats four rows back from the side of the court. However, we were very disappointed at the cost of a lot of things from goods for sale in the shops to food and drink. For example, a t-shirt with the logo in it was £40, a bottle of wine was £30.30 and a bottle of non vintage champagne was £85. It’s a good thing you can take your own food and drink in with you.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written July 14, 2023
  • SameerAdhikari
    Pune, India162 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Once in a lifetime experience …. Wimbledon finals on 16 July 2023 …. Carlos dethrones Djoko
    It was truly the highlight of this holidays … the whole experience incl the All England Club premises, the Wimbledon museum, the shopping for Wimbledon cap & Jacket ….. and the crowning event was definitely the final match … what an epic battle … five sets of highest quality of pulsating tennis with multiple momentum shifts and bursts of brilliance … the end with Carlos truly announcing that he is the future … magnificent tennis indeed. Also watched the women’s double with some really good quality tennis …. The debenture seats and hospitality was amazing and memorable.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written July 17, 2023
  • tprimero
    Leeds, United Kingdom11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A truly memorable day
    We had a wonderful visit on Men’s finals day. We were in the grounds from 10am til almost closing. The shuttle bus from Wimbledon station there and back was great. The staff in the grounds were welcoming, friendly and polite. The museum was well worth a visit. The catering facilities were excellent and not overpriced. And to top it all we had tickets for Centre Court for the dream final. What a wonderful match and the best result!! A truly memorable day.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written July 27, 2023
  • tommy2007530
    Durham, United Kingdom47 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    WIMBLEDON 🎾🎾
    I was lucky enough to get my hands on peoples Saturday Wimbledon centre court ticket. I found it really interesting and relaxing there. Atmosphere was great and got even better when they closed roof for one match. I seen some big tennis stars as I was walking around the grounds. So if you like tennis I’d definitely give wimbledon a try.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written September 2, 2023
  • Hanna484
    United Kingdom167 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth it for all tennis fans
    Very good day out- well worth the ticket price. The staff were so friendly and allowed us to park in suitable nearby place due to mobility issues. Centre Court had a wonderful atmosphere during a final.
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written November 30, 2023
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Bianca Tarcea
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021 • Couples
My husband and I were really excited to have booked 2 courts on day 2 of the Wimbledon 2021 tournament. We got tickets for courts 3 and 18(the only ones available at the time) and they were quite expensive compared to the ones we paid at Us Open and other tournaments we have been.

Even though we checked the weather forecast and their rain policy prior to the day, we were confident that if any matches get cancelled, we'll get a refund. We had access to 8 matches in total and 4 got cancelled, but we didn't get anything in return. It would have been nice to get access to a different match on the day, or the next day, just for the matches cancelled previously, but the only thing we were advised at information desk was that we managed to experience it all.

When you pay that much for tickets, transport, accommodation, parking, not to mention having to organise holiday, your covid tests and you get told you get the experience.
Written July 1, 2021
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Rovers68
Bristol40 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
Buying tickets online was easy however, getting them allocated to your online account was a total shambles and nightmare. Was given repeated contradictory information from when the tickets were purchased until the morning of the event.
Had to queue for 2 hours in the ticket resolution queue with literally thousands of other angry people !!
Wimbledon were blaming Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster were blaming Wimbledon for the ticket fiasco.
Considering the amount of time they had to write software and test it to go digital this should never have happend !

Please don't blame Covid this is all down to incompetence, shame on you !

Unless they sort this mess out my advice don't go its too stressful !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Written June 30, 2021
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JohnnyBGoode
1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Solo
I hadn't been to Wimbledon since the 1980s. So this year, Monday 3 July 2023, I thought right I am going to queue and get a ground pass. I live near Ipswich and left at 1:00 p.m..The total journey by overground and underground took about two and a half hours. While I was waiting for a District line train an announcement came over the tanoi (I didn't hear the exact words) saying that it will be not be worth your while going to Wimbledon as there was such long queues. I nearly turned around and went home. However I continued my journey arriving at Wimbledon Park about 3:30 p.m.
The stewards at the entrance to Wimbledon Park were telling people that there was absolutely no chance of purchasing a ground ticket for the day and were telling people to go home and come back tomorrow. It was awful watching a mother with her young son and others being turned away with such disappointed looks on their faces. For the second time I nearly turned round and went home.
Not to be defeated I walked into the park, which was legitimate, and went to the end of the queue where several stewards were standing. I asked them the same question about ground passes. Was told that the chance of getting in that day were very slim but nevertheless they gave me a queue card with the number 510 on it. 13,000 people had gone before me apparently. The queue was static for about half an hour but then started moving. Buy 5:00 p.m. I was in the ground!!!! The ground passes had by now been reduced to £18. One guy in the queue told me not to believe what the stewards say! (Though I suppose in fairness they were telling people what the "authorities"had told them). BUT HEY ...... why not give everyone the chance to to join the queue which the second lot of stewards actually in the park gave me! To be turned away at the entrance to Wimbledon Park and be told that there is no possibility of getting in that day is terrible. Within an hour and a half I was in the ground!
That was the bad experience. Once I was in the ground I thoroughly enjoyed myself and enjoyed 4 hours of good tennis on the outside courts. I just urge people to stick with it whatever you are told!
Written July 5, 2023
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SAE44
Bristol, UK250 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Couples
We were unlucky with the weather on the day we went and only saw about an hour’s tennis. That isn’t Wimbledon’s fault, of course! We were pleased to be able to buy tickets online for the first time, rather than having to queue for hours outside. I hope they continue to do this, but I suspect the Wimbledon authorities (who probably never have to queue) like to see the ordinary people standing in line for hours. It all adds to the myth of Wimbledon. We parked on car park 6, without booking, for £35 for the day. We did then have to find the end of the queue, which was somewhat perilous as it meant walking in the road with traffic heading towards us or squeezing on the pavement too close to the people already queuing. The queue moved rapidly and we were soon inside. We had court 18 tickets and were rather surprised that our seats were next to other people, with no gap between us. Luckily, there were spare seats on the other side of us so we were able to move along to leave a gap.
The grounds were as beautiful as ever and even when it rained, it was a joy to wander round and take in the surroundings. I’d say about a third of people didn’t wear masks when walking around even though they were supposed to do. Nobody enforced this. I was also surprised that there weren’t more one-way areas, except on one set of stairs.
Written June 30, 2021
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Elaine L
13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Friends
We had grounds tickets, got to the field at 6 45am and had an amazing day, seeing lots of live tennis on Courts 3 and 12 (recommend Court 18 also). If you are going for the day and queuing for a grounds ticket, I would recommend buying a coffee and breakfast from someone else before you get to the grounds from Southfields Station as there are nowhere nearly enough food/drink outlets on the field, meaning you can queue for over an hour for a cup of coffee! Apart from that, the organisation is very good, the staff are friendly and helpful. When you get seats in a court, don't leave one seat gaps! They'd be able to get a lot more people in at end changes if people didnt do that!
Written July 8, 2023
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DawnDancer
Watford, UK610 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Couples
I think this must have been our 4th visit this time for a change, just ground tickets good value I thought at £17 pp. They make you jump through hoops a bit with the ticketing system with allocation download app etc I can see people who don't like tech would give up.
Very crowded when arrived but once people in court we had cafes to ourselves. Pergola is our favourite I thought the food and drink was reasonable this year strawberries were amazing and only £2.50.. maybe too many members areas had a good time. Very well organised
Written July 12, 2021
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Pamgraham1
Leicester229 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
I was treated to a tour for my birthday. Really enjoyed the experience. Richard, our guide, was very well informed and made it interesting. Tour took 1 & 1/2 hours and then we were are able to go round the museum with headphones at our own pace. A very iconic place.
Written June 17, 2022
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Chl0
Taunton, UK172 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021 • Couples
We had the most amazing time at Wimbledon yesterday! We found the booking of tickets pretty straightforward and we were lucky to get tickets on court No.2 right at the front! We were blessed with dry/warm weather and we watched Norrie win yesterday, the atmosphere was fantastic. We parked opposite in car park 10, which cost us £30 (electric car so £5 less) and it was a short walk to the entrance. We were in quickly and had to show covid pass and photo ID but it was as all so slick - so many staff and so well trained. We didn’t wear masks when walking around outdoors, only to go into any under cover areas like toilets/food areas etc. A lot of people did wear masks or asking around but equal number didn’t so I think it’s perhaps personal choice at this stage. We didn’t have to wear them when seated watching the matches, very few people did. The whole process is so well organised in every aspect - the cleanliness, the availability of different food and drink options, the ticketing, the schedule. It just seemed to work like clockwork and we had one of the best days ever. Murray Mount last night had an amazing atmosphere and it was fun sitting there with pimms and strawberries. Strawberries and cream only £2.50 a box, not bad really! Thank you Wimbledon, we loved it and will definitely return!
Written July 1, 2021
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E B
England, UK74 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples
Fabulous day at Wimbledon watching the tennis. We had tickets for court 1 but we also enjoyed watching the games on the other courts, court 14 and 18 and watching it on the screen whilst sitting on the hill. Wimbledon is cashless so don’t expect to use up your cash around the grounds. The Lavazza coffee is excellent……but the queues are very long, you pay an extra £1 per cup which is supposed to be a deposit in order that you return it, but with the long queue you end up dropping your cups in the charity box. We found plenty to eat and drink but many take their own picnics, there are rules on bag sizes (which we adhered to), we did however see some quite large bags arriving into the grounds. The Amex Lounge is great with some lovely freebies (remember to ask for them if not offered), you need to be an Amex card holder or i think you can sign up on the day, the staff are happy to take your photo/s and the setting is beautiful. The staff around the grounds are amazing, friendly and extremely helpful. Getting to the ground was easy on the tube to Southfields and well organised from the tube exit to the Wimbledon entrance, which is about a 15 minute walk.
Written July 9, 2023
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catp79
Winchester, UK957 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022 • Friends
This was my third visit to Wimbledon but the first for over ten years. The shuttle bus from Wimbledon station is quick and easy to get. Entry was also quick and easy. Managed to see a few games outside and even get a pitch on Henman Hill / Murray Mount before it got too busy!

The price of food and drink is extortion and the queues insane so take a picnic and plenty of bubbly!

The views on Centre Court are amazing and the staff there so friendly and helpful!

Hang around at the end of the last game for a chance to see some stars!!
Written January 6, 2023
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