See Wimbledon in style with a three-course lunch for two and strawberries and Champagne to compliment your tour. You won’t go hungry as you are welcomed to the England Lawn Tennis Club with a coffee and Danish. Then you will embark on a spectacular multi-dimensional tour, as part of a small group, with all the sights and sounds of Wimbledon; the home of the tennis Championships. Together you will visit the Water Gardens – more widely known as ‘Henman Hill’ or ‘Murray’s Mount’, from which you will appreciate the spectacular views of London.
See the Centre Court and the picnic terrace, and more exciting areas usually off limits. After the tour you will stop in the Wingfield Café for lunch which will comprise of three-courses, before heading over to the museum at your leisure. Here you will find a vast collection of tennis memorabilia dating back to 1555 and archive footage that tells the story of tennis; how a garden party pastime became a multi-million dollar, international sport. Finally you will conclude your visit with strawberries and a glass of champagne.
What a perfect way to experience Wimbledon.
-Coffee and pastry on arrival
-Tour of the All England Lawn Tennis Club for two people, as part of a small group
-Three-course lunch with coffee/tea
-Entrance for two to the Lawn Tennis Museum
-Strawberries and champagne after your Museum visit
-Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
What happens on the day?
Visitors are invited to enjoy the Ultimate Wimbledon Experience.
Upon arrival you will be welcomed with a refreshing cup of coffee and a pastry to set you up for the tour. You will then be guided, as part of a small group, around exclusive areas of the England Lawn Tennis Club.
A typical tour takes 90 minutes and includes visits to the No. 1 Court, the Water Gardens (Henman Hill), the Millennium Building, the Press Interview Room and the Centre Court.
You will then break for lunch and enjoy three-courses and refreshments in the Wingfield Café.
Following lunch you can visit the Lawn Tennis Museum at your leisure. There are lots of exhibits to enjoy, from the 200 degree cinema, with archive video footage demonstrating the history of the sport, and a ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe which appears right before the eyes of the visitors.
After you have experienced the tour and the museum, you will enjoy strawberries and a glass of Champagne to round off your visit.