Whether you are a die-hard tennis fanatic, or only watch as you're channel surfing, any sports fan should not miss the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour. The guided tour takes you throughout the huge complex, allowing you to sit in the world-famous Centre Court bleachers, climb up to Henman Hill, and check out the modern media suite. Once finished with the tour, head over to the largest tennis museum in the world, which contains artifacts that are over 450 years old. Visit the cinema, which showcases a series of tennis films, go behind the scenes with the (computer-generated) ghost of John McEnroe, study the rotating collection of memorabilia, and experience the excitement of Wimbledon and roar of the crowd using the CentreCourt360 platform. If you love sports, be sure to swing on by.
*If you're not interested in the tour, you can just visit the museum for £12
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