Wimbledon district, west London, which is famous for its association with the tennis world. The championship was held at Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is now considered as one of the most important competitions, top-class tennis. Every year at the end of June, thousands of people flock to the area tennis draw two weeks (and rain is almost inevitable!). Wimbledon tennis tournament is one of the four Grand Slams in the world and the only significant competition to play in the grass. Although the tennis championship at Wimbledon was part of the soul there is plenty to see and do in the area will be considered. After experiencing an emotional Wimbledon remains an area of historical interest to a number of attractions. If you are visiting the district for tennis or just to see the place, make sure you do not miss what is offered in the Wimbledon center court.
Wimbledon is one of the most famous parks in London and is known as the fictional home Wombles. The park itself is one of the largest areas of common interest and moor in London and now covers 1,100 acres and has about one million trees. Common is a great place for visitors to go hiking and a picnic in the sun. For the ancient history, in the southern part of the standard is home to the remains of an Iron Age fort, known as Camp Caesar. Despite the name, there is no strong evidence to suggest that, not standing, associated with the Roman Emperor or a Roman general. Toward the center of Wimbledon Common Windmill windmill, from the 19th century which now contains Wimbledon Windmill Museum. Factory visitors can learn about the history of windmills windmills and Wimbledon Common. There are also a number of interactive displays.
If the area of Wimbledon Common is too wide for your tastes, you might be more appropriate Cannizaro Park. This park is home to a number of beautiful gardens that bloom in summer colors. The park was originally the cottage garden Cannizaro (now a hotel) and the sunken gardens, Italian gardens and water parks, among others. The park is known for its colorful flowers such as azaleas, roses and magnolia and is a must in the summer for aspiring gardeners.
For a taste of history and culture much more you can visit the Temple in Calonne Road Buddhapadipa. This temple is the first Thai Buddhist temple built in the UK and was founded in 1980 with the purpose of teaching Theravada Buddhism. This temple is one of only two from Asia, surrounded by its own gardens. Although the temple is home to the monks and nuns visitors are welcome, provided they act with respect and courtesy. The temple has beautiful architectural features bright red and gold colors. Inside are murals depicting different aspects of the life of Buddha.
For those who want to learn more about the life history of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum Wimbledon. Museum, opened in 1977, currently the world's largest tennis museum. Between memories and objects, the museum is home to CentreCourt360. This is an observation deck that offers guests also experienced center. Museum also features a 200-degree movie screen for showing films on the subject of science and the history of tennis. Museum visitors can also take a tour of the museum and see a collection of past and current Wimbledon mode.
Other attractions on offer include Wimbledon Wimbledon Theatre, a beautiful Edwardian theater which puts on a variety of performances throughout the year. Area known as the 'Wimbledon Village' is more crowded than the high street and Wimbledon full of antique shops and boutiques. For those who are more interested in the history of Wimbledon Southside House. Southside is a 17th century house which was the residence of the parties, museum. The house has a lot of antique furniture and memorabilia to look at but also do tours, lessons and concerts. What is also interesting is the Wimbledon Museum, which contains collections related to the history of Wimbledon. Wimbledon area has much to offer visitors and residents only tennis major competitions and a variety of attractions that should not be overlooked.