Venue of the world-famous Wimbledon Championships, the museum shows off centuries of history of the sport (image courtesy of Wimbledon Museum)
At the venue of the famous Championships, the museum's displays range from old trophies and rackets to famous tennis kits worn by recent champions, plus touchscreens to watch past greats in action. Look out for the 'ghost' of John McEnroe and the virtual-reality, 360-degree experience narrated by Tim Henman. Its temporary exhibition, No.1: More Than a Supporting Act, tells the story of Wimbledon's second-largest court as it debuts its retractable roof. Tours of the grounds include Centre Court. Daily 10am-5pm. Museum: adult £13; child £8. Museum & tour: adult £25; child £15. One free child with every full-price adult ticket.