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Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2016

Warm up for two weeks of strawberries, Pimm's and thrilling tennis

Whether you're a legitimate tennis fan or just in it for the Pimm's and oh-so-toned players, Wimbledon Tennis Championships are a must in the London calender. The next tantalising tennis tournament will take place on Monday June 27 - Sunday July 10 2016 and, from how to get 2016 tickets to London's outdoor screenings, you can find all the info you need here.

 

Our guide to Wimbledon 2016

Things to do

Find Wimbledon screenings

End up empty handed after the ballot? Enjoy all the action and atmosphere at one of London's big screens

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Our top Wimbledon tips

Check out our tips on getting ticktets and tournament etiquette

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Wimbledon in numbers

Wimby fans and stat fiends, check out some of the tournament's most interesting stats

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Wimbledos and Wimbledon'ts

It’s not just the players who run the risk of humiliating themselves at Wimbledon. Check out our guide to spectator etiquette

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More things to do in the area

Restaurants

Wimbledon restaurants and cafés

Here's our selection of Wimbledon restaurants and cafés serving up amazing food

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Bars and pubs

Wimbledon bars and pubs

There's plenty of scope for a session in suburban London. Whether you're feeling thirsty after the annual tennis championships or you're a local on the hunt for great gastropubs or bars for drinking cocktails in Wimbledon Village, read our guide to the best boozers of the south-west. RECOMMENDED: Wimbledon tennis championships guide

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Museums

Visit the Lawn Tennis Museum

With a 3D cinema and a holographic John McEnroe, this museum is less traditional than the Championships themselves

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More things to do in Wimbledon

There's more than just tennis to explpore and discover in SW19

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See our Wimbledon area guide

Comments

3 comments
Tom
Tom moderator Staff Writer

It doesn't get much more quintessentially English than this. No matter what day of the tournament you go on there's always a really buzzy atmosphere and a colourful friendly throng looking to have fun. If the sun shines it takes the day to another level. Sitting out on Henman Hill and watching on the big screen - that's worth doing for a bit even if you have centre court tickets just to soak up a different kind of atmosphere.  Once you've had a pint of Pims you'll be well on the way to having a very memorable day in SW17. Probably better have some strawbs while you're there too.

c h Tiew
c h Tiew

Very helpful for new visitor

Ann Froshaug
Ann Froshaug

The Time Out page on Wimbledon is excellent but what about saying which tube/train line Southfields is on ,please?