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What you should know about Wimbledon

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Most people know Wimbledon as the place where the Wimbledon Tennis Championship is held. But this district southwest of London has far more to offer than a world-famous tennis match. It makes sense that there's a Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum full of tennis memorabilia, but there's also a Wimbledon Windmill Museum that's located in an actual windmill. Another museum tells the history of Wimbledon, a town that has been inhabited since the Iron Age. The best hotels in Wimbledon, London can be found on Hotels.com. If you enter the date you'd like to reserve accommodation, the search engine will show you all available rooms. With Hotels.com, you can see for yourself what the rooms look like, and read reviews of each hotel posted by recent guests.

What's Wimbledon, London Like?

A trip to Wimbledon at any time of year is delightful, with plenty of attractions and refreshing places to explore. Wimbledon is a quintessential London district, with a mix of high-end and mainstream shops, a lively local theater scene, and plenty of historical sites and ancient architecture. If you're looking for excitement, there are pubs at Abbey Mills in nearby Merton or you can catch some greyhound or stock car races at the Greyhound Stadium. For contemplation, the Thai Bhuddist Temple and its gardens will do the trick. Another option is a stroll through the Cannizaro gardens at the edge of the Common. Morden Hall Park in Surrey is another tranquil and educational attraction that often hosts crafts vendors. If you want to visit more traditional London sites, a stay in Wimbledon puts you close to the city's center.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Wimbledon, London

To meet locals, take a picnic to Wimbledon Common. This is where the town relaxes and enjoys time with family and friends. It's also where you'll find the Windmill Museum. There is good transportation in the area, but be sure to get the most recent schedules and directions to access points. Locals in Wimbledon are accustomed to hosting the world every summer during the tennis championships, so they've been asked the most common questions tourists ask. They'll have just the answer for any question you might have, and are happy to share what they know with their guests. Ensure that the room you want will be available when you visit Wimbledon by taking a moment to reserve your room on Hotels.com. Hotels.com offers fast, secure, reliable booking of hotel accommodations anywhere you plan to stay in London.

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