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Jewels in the crown of the tennis season, both Wimbledon and the Queen’s Championships are world-class events that provide unrivalled entertainment, competition and celebration.
This year, the 2023 Queen’s Championship is 19th-25th June, and the 2023 Wimbledon Grand Slam Championship is 3rd-16th July.
If you already know how to get Wimbledon tennis tickets, you’ve confirmed how much does it cost to get into Wimbledon tennis, and you’ve already got the Queen’s tennis schedule memorised, then all you need to figure out is how to get to the venues!
How to Get to Wimbledon Tennis Club
Home of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon is one of the most famous tennis clubs in the world and hosts one of the four major Grand Slams. The club is famously located in SW19, but for travel purposes, visitors to Wimbledon should use the postcode SW19 5AG.
Attracting around 470,000-500,000 visitors every year over the 13 days of The Championships, Wimbledon, is a must-see sporting event, but how will you get to the club?
We will cover how to get to Wimbledon by:
- Train or the London Underground
Knowing how to get to Wimbledon tennis club is essential if you don’t want to miss the first serve and travelling by car is one of the easiest ways to arrive.
Situated in southwest London, the entrance to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships sits on Somerset Road, off Church Road. From most directions, the A219 provides the easiest access to this location.
How to park at Wimbledon
If available, there is no charge for parking. Here is our step-by-step guide for parking at Wimbledon:
- Follow your sat nav to SW19 5AG.
- Enter the tennis club through Gate 4.
- Present your photographic ID (passport or driving licence).
- Receive a vehicle pass from the attendant.
However, with up to 500,000 visitors you would be very lucky to get a spot!
Travel in style
With a luxury, chauffeur-driven car, you won’t have to worry about the route, panic about the traffic, or arrange parking at Wimbledon tennis club. Instead, our experienced drivers will pull out all the stops to ensure your journey is stress-free.
Such a prestigious event requires a prestigious car, so why not opt for a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce? Both Rolls Royce and Wimbledon are bastions of British culture so it is the perfect vehicle to arrive in style at The Championships.
If you’re planning on arriving via rail, you’ll need to know how to get to Wimbledon tennis by train. The nearest stations to the tennis club are Wimbledon Park Station, which is a 25-minute walk from the club, and Southfields Station, which is a 20 minute walk.
Both Wimbledon Park tube station and Southfields are on the District Line of the London Underground, so they provide easy to access Ealing Broadway and Upminster, and all stations in between. A quick underground journey to Wimbledon Station takes you to the nearest overground station, where you can access trains and trams to take you all over the country.
As well as local bus services, a shuttle bus service is available from outside Wimbledon Station, so you can get a bus directly to the tennis club from the station if you prefer not to walk.
If you’re flying in to attend The Championships, chances are you’ll be landing at either London City Airport, London Gatwick or London Heathrow. All three airports have good public transport links, with the Heathrow Express getting you to Paddington in just 15 minutes, but you’ll need to change lines or switch between bus and train if you want to travel to Wimbledon via public transport after touching down.
Alternatively, why not arrange for a chauffeur-driven airport transfers to pick you up at the terminal and take you directly to Centre Court?
How to Get to Queen’s Tennis Club
Located on Palliser Road, close to West Kensington and Charing Cross, The Queen’s Club Championships typically take place in the weeks preceding Wimbledon. If you’ve already got the Wimbledon tennis schedule down, then why not plan your journey to and from Queen’s?
We will cover how to get to Queen’s Tennis Club by:
- Train or London Underground
In fact, The Queen’s Club have created a helpful map, which can be downloaded and printed by clicking this link.
The A4 provides easy access to The Queen’s Club from east and west directions, while nearby links to the M4, M40, M3 and A40 ensure you can travel by road to or from anywhere in the UK. Located in West London visitors can find the tennis club at W14 9EQ.
Parking is available at the nearby Earls Court Exhibition Centre or just off Warwick Road. There is on site parking, but it is reserved for members only, and it is not guaranteed.
Of course, travelling by chauffer driven car means you won’t have to worry about parking while you’re enjoying the tennis!
Baron’s Court Underground station is the closest station to The Queen’s Club, with trains running on the District and Piccadilly lines. In just five quick stops, you’ll find yourself at Victoria, where bus, coach and train links are widely available to the rest of the UK.
Greyhound Road Baron’s Court (HB) bus stop is one of the nearest bus stops to The Queen’s Club. Buses on routes 190, 211, 220, 295 and N11 stop here, so you’ll find it easy to get around London if you plan or arriving or departing via bus.
Whether you’re jetting into Heathrow, Gatwick or London City Airport, a short train ride will deliver you into the heart of London. From there, it’s just a short bus or tube ride to The Queen’s Club, depending on your specific departure point.
Travelling in Style to Wimbledon and Queen’s
Now you know how to get to Wimbledon tennis club and The Queen’s Club, you simply have to decide how you want to travel. While good public transport links are available, they’re heavily populated on major event days.
To avoid the hustle and bustle, why not treat yourself to a luxury, chauffeur-driven vehicle and turn a day at the tennis into an unforgettable event?
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