A Wimbledon Museum for the 21st Century
Wimbledon Museum reopened in November. Our wonderful refurbishment project is complete and the museum has been completely transformed.
Red Teddy and his family were saved by their psychic spaniel Merry when a bomb hit their home at 10 Melbury Gardens in Wimbledon in 1944. .
History of the Building
The Wimbledon Village Club and Lecture Hall was first imagined in 1857. Read the story of what happened next.
The Early Days of the Museum
The Museum first opened its door in 1916. Read the story of its early days.
Margaret Noble to Sister Nivedita: From Wimbledon to Kolkata
The story of a teacher, reformer, socialist, and Indian nationalist.
Love and Loss in 1915
Read about Harry and Beattie, a tragic love story from the First World War.
Do you have a story to tell?
Wimbledon Stories relates to anything and everything to do with Wimbledon, and we would like to hear your stories. Send an email telling us who you are and what you would like to write about.