The Museum of Wimbledon
Whether you live in the area or just have an interest in our rich local history, we would like to introduce you to a wealth of resources available at your fingertips.
To find out more about the Museum of Wimbledon, its origins and objectives, go to the about section. Of course the best way to enjoy the museum is to visit us – we are open every weekend from 2.30pm until 5pm. In the meantime you can gain an overall impression of our permanent exhibitions which are on view by exploring the website further. Like most museums, we only have the space to display a fraction of our items, so feel free to follow your own train of connections through the individual collections. Another way we can display more of our extensive catalogue is through a programme of special exhibitions, so please check out what is on at the moment. Recently we have also started to build a new library of oral history where you will be able hear firsthand accounts of life in a bygone age from senior Wimbledon residents.
The museum does not receive any outside funding, so why not find out how you can support us in our mission? We are also always on the look-out for new additions to our collection. We equally rely on income from sales of the many fascinating titles available through our on-line bookshop.
We have a lot more Museums for you to look at in our directory.
- Address: 22 Ridgway, Wimbledon, London SW19 4QN
- Phone: 020 8296 9914
- Website: http://www.wimbledonmuseum.org.uk
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Get there by bus: 200, 93
- Get there by tube/train: Wimbledon (South West Trains Thameslink)
- Wheelchair access: No
At this time, wheelchair access is unfortunately not possible.
- Monday Closed
- Tuesday Closed
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday Closed
- Friday Closed
- Saturday 2.30pm - 5pm
- Sunday 2.30pm - 5pm