Wimbledon has a distinctive rural feel, with period buildings and access to vast open spaces making it unique in London. Whether you desire pampering, retail therapy at independently run boutiques, or all things culinary you will not be disappointed. You can relax in beauty shops and salons and you can admire haute couture, jewellery, books, fine art and antiques. You can sample international cuisine from restaurants and delis, relax in coffee shops or visit traditional public houses or wine bars in the evenings when the Village relaxes. Take advantage of the open spaces by exploring the Common on foot or on horseback, picnic in Cannizaro Park, visit Wimbledon Museum and Southside House for local history or the Museum of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
For those in the know, Wimbledon is where you'll find one of London's most perfect villages.
If the sun is shining, there's nothing better than taking a picnic onto Wimbledon Common. Bayley and Sage stocks delicious pastas, wines, cheeses and other tasty morsels. And as you're tucking into your lunch, you could even spot a Womble – they're native to these parts!
Wimbledon has excellent transport links to central London with both overground and underground rail links as well as the Croydon tram link. The A3 provides easy access to the M25, Heathrow, Gatwick and beyond.
Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and Southfields (District Line)
Wimbledon, Raynes Park.
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Culture and things to do in Wimbledon
Lawn Tennis Club and Museum
Needs no introduction!! The museum is open throughout the year, daily: 10.00am - 5pm. Last admission is 4.30pm. Visitors to the Museum can take Guided Tours of the Grounds on most days throughout the year.
Provides over 1000 acres of beautiful open space best enjoyed on foot or on horseback.
Wimbledon Village High Street
Full of beautiful buildings and independently owned shops and boutiques.
New Wimbledon Theatre
One of London’s region’s leading entertainment venues.
Wimbledon - eating, drinking & shopping
Bayley and Sage 60 High Street Wimbledon
A fantastic delicatessen on the high street selling a variety of organically sourced produce
Hand in Hand 6 Crooked Billet
One of Wimbledon’s best and most atmospheric public houses
Cote Brasserie 8 High Street Wimbledon
Recently voted one of London’s best value restaurants
Question Air 77 High Street Wimbledon
Wimbledon also has many of the most recognisable boutique brands such as Cath Kidston, Reiss, and Jack Wills
Wimbledon Community Association
Wimbledon Village Business Association
Wimbledon Town Centre
Merton Chamber of Commerce
Stephen Hammond MP
Wimbledon Community Centre
Wimbledon Clothes shops