Directions to Wimbledon

The home of tennis, All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club hosts the oldest and greatest tennis tournament every year in July known as Wimbledon or The Championship.

Wimbledon is the only one of the four grand slams to be still played on grass and brings with it a few distinct traditions such as the white clothing players must wear and strawberries with cream and Pimm’s being served all day long.

Although Wimbledon is mainly known for tennis there are so many more activities to do and places to see if you find yourself around the area. For example, after the game you can visit the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, Wimbledon Windmill Museum and the unusual Wat Buddhapadipa Temple.

Directions to Wimbledon
If you are headed there to catch a game you will want to know that Wimbledon is easily accessible by public transport from Clayton Hotel City of London.

  • Walk 1 minute to Aldgate East Station,
  • take the Hammersmith & City line towards Hammersmith.
  • Get off the train at Edgware Rd,
  • and take the District line towards Wimbledon.
  • Get off the train at Southfields Station
  • and either catch the 493 bus towards Tooting, getting off 3 stops later at Somerset Road
  • or walk down Worple Road (just under 1 mile) Wimbledon is 4 minutes’ walk towards Edge Hill.

The Championships, Wimbledon

Church Road, Wimbledon, London
+44 20 8946 6131

The Championships, Wimbledon

The All England Lawn Tennis Club,

Church Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE



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