My friend and I took the guided tour during a trip to London as part of our London Pass. Our guide was extremely knowledgable and went into depth about the history of tennis at Wimbledon, but also threw in lots of funny anecdotes about the players past and present which brought it all to life. We were given access to the press room, Court 1 and the hallowed Centre Court - which, on a sunny day in May, with the groundspeople present in abundance nursing the grass ready for the tournament a month later, was particularly spinetingling. After the main tour we went into the museum -fascinating - and then went for a leisurely bite to eat in the lovely (but pricey) restaurant in the grounds. A very enjoyable 3 hours.
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