If you are a tennis fan but aren’t lucky enough to be in town when the championships are on, the next best thing is to take a tour of the prestigious All England Club.
Apart from visiting the centre court, the tour includes a glimpse into the private facilities of the Millennium Building which is reserved for high-profile players, the press room and trophy room.
The tour also includes entrance to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
This excellent museum opened in 1977. Exhibits date from 1555 to the present day, the most recent being in the form of an interactive state of the art displays.
A virtual reality room transports you to centre court and numerous screens show interviews with past champions. Watch a holograph of John McEnroe talk about his classic matches and take a selfie with one of the trophies.
An impressive museum whether you are into tennis or not, but for tennis aficionados, it’s an essential stop when in London.