The Wimbledon Way is a heritage walk extending from Wimbledon town centre, through Wimbledon Village and on to the Common and the All England Lawn Tennis Club and Tennis Museum. It connects Wimbledon’s fantastic assets – its rich history, theatres, listed buildings, influential people, open spaces and sport.


Click here for an interactive route map of the Wimbledon Way, with detailed information on each point of interest on the Way.


Click to add your memories, stories, photos and images to our living online history of Wimbledon and places along the Way.

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Wimbledon BookFest turns 10! Stellar line up announced

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Wimbledon Way Plaques have been installed!

As we approach the 2016 Wimbledon tennis Championship tournament, visitors will see new pavement plaques marking The Wimbledon Way. Initiated in 2012 The Wimbledon Way encourages both visitors and regular users of the town centre and the Village to appreciate everything Wimbledon has to offer by walking anywhere between The Polka Theatre, Wimbledon station, the Continue Reading