Wimbledon Tour For Two
Treat someone to a guided tour of the All England Tennis Club known throughout the world as the home of the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament.
Tours take place in small groups with behind the scenes access to Centre Court, The BBC Studio, Main Press Interview Room and the Players Entrance. You'll visit exclusive areas reserved for the players, enjoy uninterrupted views from the Members Balcony and many other famous places you have until now only ever seen on Television.
What's more, your experience package also includes two tickets to the Lawn Tennis Museum where you can get up close and personal with The Championship Trophies and learn about the history, traditions and legends of the game with a sensational Virtual Reality Experience.
Follow in the footsteps of Roger Federer or stroll alongside Serena and Venus as you visit the historic grounds and marvel at the world famous grass courts. This is a true once in a lifetime gift for anyone who follows the Tennis - even if only during Wimbledon Week!
Order today and receive a personalised gift pack through the post including everything you need to know to plan your visit to Wimbledon.
Please order by 19th December for Christmas delivery.
For more information about what's included and what happens on the day, please read below for full details:
- Tour of the All England Lawn Tennis Club for two people, as part of a small group
- Entrance for two to the Lawn Tennis Museum
- Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
- Cancellation indemnity
- 9 months validity from date of purchase
What happens on the day:
Both of you will take part in a tour of the All England Lawn Tennis Club as part of a small group. Visitors are asked to arrive 30 minutes before the start of their tour.
A typical tour includes visits to Centre Court, the Water Gardens (Henman Hill) and the Millennium Building, the Press Interview Room, the Centre Court and entrance to the Museum, which you can enjoy before or after the tour. Highlights of the museum include the Championship Trophies, a ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe which appears right before visitors’ eyes, 200° Cinema with CGI special effects and film and video footage which takes visitors right into the action of some of the most memorable and exciting tournament matches. There is also an extensive collection of tennis memorabilia dating back to 1555 and a museum gallery with captivating displays.
London - Wimbledon