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My wife and I booked a Newmarket Holidays Short Break tour to see Wimbledon on Finals Day. We knew in advance it was No One Court and not Centre Court. We were picked up close to home in Chepstow at 6 a.m Sunday and got...More
Got to take in 2 days at Wimbledon and it is every tennis lover's dream come true. More beautiful in person than on TV. An easy trip in from the tube and 15 minute walk. The Pimms goes down too easy so be careful. The...More
If you're into tennis, and even if you aren't, Wimbledon is practically a household word.
Wimbledon is short for the tennis match which determines the grass court champion each year, and is named for the town which is closest to the All England Lawn Tennis...More
Stunning, scintillating tennis on the Centre Court. Great staff and volunteers who are there to help. Champagne, strawberries and cream etc are lovely. The venue is lovely. It doesn’t come cheap by any means but what a great day.
No complaints whatsoever.
If you are a tennis fan, this is a must see destination. We were not there for the Championships, but simply went on the tour and visited the museum. Our tour guide was so knowledgeable and provided so much information on the history of the...More
Always wanted to visit Wimbledon.... This time we had a privilege to be at the centre court on the first Friday of the week....And what a privilege was that....I felt like a kid in a candy shop....I hope I will get more opportunity to visit...More
If you get the chance, and love tennis, go to Wimbledon. Everyone who works at the championships wants to make it a great day out. It's not just the tennis that's great, the whole experience is wonderful. Flowers, drinks, sitting on the hill, watching the...More
Centre Court ladies semi finals & mixed doubles quarter final. Seated quite high section 313 row U, but couldnt have asked for better. Under the roof canopy so no need for sun cream or hats but still a fabulous view of the court. Took seat...More
Attending Wimbledon is a “must do” experience if in London in July. Although better to have tickets, for many just having a grounds pass is great, as in the first week you can see many great matches on the outer courts. In the second week...More
Response from jimbocollett | Reviewed this property |
There ate numerous picnic tables around the whole site but if you want to find some shade (due to this crazy weather we’re having!) I’d highly recommend climbing the steps all the way to the back of Henman Hill where they is... More
There ate numerous picnic tables around the whole site but if you want to find some shade (due to this crazy weather we’re having!) I’d highly recommend climbing the steps all the way to the back of Henman Hill where they is usually plenty of space and shade for you to enjoy a picnic. The hill itself is an option but will be absolutely packed for most of the day and in full sunlight throughout.
Response from brendanm416 | Reviewed this property |
I have queued many times and it is a lot of fun as you get to meet people from all over the world. I normally join the queue around 6 am and I've always got in and sometimes picked up a court 2 or 3 ticket. During the... More
I have queued many times and it is a lot of fun as you get to meet people from all over the world. I normally join the queue around 6 am and I've always got in and sometimes picked up a court 2 or 3 ticket. During the first week of the tournament these courts can have some great matches. If you get into the ground and Federer is playing on Centre Court you can also watch the match on the big screen, sitting outside on the hill. The atmosphere is electric. Wishing you every success for your trip.....