The Wimbledon Society’s free museum for everyone. Supported by the Wimbledon Village Hall Trust and the Wimbledon Village Club.Themuseum is currently close for refurbishment
This amazing building has A story that understands and decides to preserve their rich heritage. At the turn of the 19th century, the most notable was Richardson Evans. Richardson Evans founded the John Evelyn Club in 1903 for this explicit purpose and named it in honor of the 17th-century diarist and the “patron saint.” His vast collection of items related to Wimbledon eventually struck his home, so a formal museum was established on the top floor of the City Hall in 1916. This is the center of the museum to this day.
This is the center of the museum to this day.
Although some name changes have been seen in both institutions since then, the Wimbledon Society and the Wimbledon Museum continue to be two living elements of local life.
The Museum is exclusively staffed and is not funded by any third party. This relies on donations from visitors who are fascinated by the exhibitions and bookstores of various collections. Open every weekend from 2:30 pm to 5 pm and on special occasions.
The museum is exclusively staffed and is not funded by third parties. This relies on donations from visitors who are fascinated by exhibitions and bookstores in various collections. Open every weekend from 2:30 pm to 5 pm and on special occasions. Contact Address 22 Ridgway Wimbledon London SW19 4QD