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Travel advice for visitors to Wimbledon over the weekend

Fans enter the Grounds at Wimbledon on Day Two
Thursday 10 July 2014

Please be advised that there are travel disruptions this weekend on the roads and planned engineering works on the District line between Earls Court and Wimbledon. 

Please use www.tfl.gov.uk to help plan your journey and please make sure you allow plenty of time. 

If travelling from Central London it may be advisable to take the mainline train to Wimbledon station. You can get a train to Wimbledon from many stations including Waterloo and Clapham Junction. Once at Wimbledon take a 493 bus (in the direction of Richmond) from Alexandra road which is adjacent to Wimbledon mainline station. The 493 bus stops directly outside the public entrance (Gate 4).

Please remember that you can use your Oyster card on the trains and buses.

Gates open at 10am and tours depart at their allotted time. If you miss your tour we will try to slot you on to the next tour but we cannot guarantee it.

Our location postcode is SW19 5AG and you should come to Gate 4 on Church road.

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