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Museum & Tour Accessibility
The AELTC endeavours to provide a high standard of accessible facilities for visitors with a disability, including those using a wheelchair. READ MORE

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum endeavours to provide a high standard of accessible facilities for all visitors.

For assistance in planning your visit, please contact: 

museum@aeltc.com

+44 (0)20 8946 6131


Getting here

Our address

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
Church Rd
Wimbledon
London SW19 5AE

By Bus

The 493 bus service links Wimbledon Station (South West Trains, London Underground District line, Tram Link) and Southfields Station (London Underground District line) to the Museum.

The 493 service is provided by NCP Challenger (under contract to Transport for London) and runs single deck buses mostly with wheelchair access. The bus stop is announced and is called ‘Wimbledon Tennis Club and Museum’.

The bus stops are immediately outside the Museum.

By Taxi

From Wimbledon station. Drop off & pick up points outside the Museum (Gate 4).

By Car

Please use SW19 5AG and SW19 5AF to locate the Museum via Sat-Nav.

Provision is made for Blue Badge parking close to the Museum from August to May – ask Security for directions.

In May, June and July, please call us on +44 (0)20 8946 6131 to check availability in advance.


Getting into the Museum

The entrance to the Museum via Gate 4 has step-free access.

Automatic doors give access to the Museum and Shop where displays are within reach of all visitors, and a low-level counter provides a service point for users of wheelchairs.

Carers are admitted free of charge, but still require a ticket.


Visitors with physical disabilities

The Museum and Museum Shop has step-free access. The Tour has a step-free route available; please contact us for further details. 

Entry to the Museum is via stairs or lift (DDA compliant) to the floor below.

Seating is provided at various points around the Museum, and the displays are positioned for use by wheelchair users.

The virtual reality cinema has dedicated spaces for wheelchairs.

Accessible toilets are provided in the Museum Shop.

In the event of an emergency evacuation, wheelchair refuges are provided with communication, and staff are trained to effect evacuation by means of Evacuation Chairs.


Visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing

An induction loop is located at the Ticket Desk and in the Wingfield Cafe.

Portable T loops for the audio guides are available from the Ticket Desk.

We operate BSL tours at scheduled dates throughout the year. A British Sign Language interpreter will work with our qualified guides to provide a detailed history and fact-filled tour of the grounds. Please contact us directly for these dates at museum@aeltc.com


Visitors who are blind or partially sighted

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Free audio guides are available in 10 languages.


Visitors who are on the autistic spectrum

We have created two visual stories to help familiarise you with our Museum and Tour.

Please view our visual story for the Museum.

Please view our visual story for the Tour.

Ear defenders are available for both children and adults from the Ticket Desk.


Tours of the Grounds

The Tour of the Grounds takes about 90 minutes. The route includes many steps which some might find challenging. An alternative step-free route is available; please contact us on +44 (0)20 8946 6131 for further details.


Facilities

All toilets, including accessible toilets and baby changing facilities, are accessible via a lift.

Baby changing facilities are located in the Museum and Wingfield Café.

Our visitors are welcome to breastfeed anywhere on site.

The Wingfield Cafe is separate from the Museum Building and is generally reached by external steps. Alternative lift access is provided for wheelchairs, buggies and for those who find steps difficult.

Accessible toilet and low-level service counters are provided within the café.


Contact us

museum@aeltc.com

Telephone: +44 (0)20 8946 6131