Event Overview

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Tennis’ most prestigious Grand Slam.

There may be no sight greater in tennis than the precisely manicured grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon.

It is pristine, free of sponsorship logos, and provides a unique challenge to competitors in the majors as the only Grand Slam still played on grass.

From any of the 15,000 seats at Wimbledon, you can look over to the Royal Box and see dignitaries and members of the Royal Family taking in The Championships. Wimbledon is, undoubtedly, a required pilgrimage for any tennis fan or player.

Whether you’re looking to reserve your place on Centre Court, or simply after a taste of Wimbledon’s traditions, Keith Prowse Travel offers packages to make your Wimbledon experience truly memorable.

Wimbledon 2018 Packages

Essentials Package

PRICED FROM
$1,110 per person based on twin/double share

TRAVEL DATES
1-15 July, 2018

INCLUDES

  • 2 Nights Accommodation at the 3-Star Ibis London Earls Court Hotel
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Premium Reserved Seat on Court 1
  • Access to The Lounge at Wimbledon for light refreshments
  • One day London Underground Travel Card for return travel to Wimbledon

OPTIONAL EXTRAS*

  • Flights
  • Upgrade Tickets
  • Upgrade Hotel
  • Extra Nights
  • Additional Sessions

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Signature Package

PRICED FROM
$2,495 per person based on twin/double share

TRAVEL DATES
1-15 July 2018

INCLUDES

  • 2 Nights Accommodation at the 4-Star The Rembrandt London Hotel
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Premium Reserved Seat on Centre Court
  • Access to The Lounge at Wimbledon for light refreshments
  • One day London Underground Travel Card for return travel to Wimbledon
  • Exclusive Keith Prowse Travel Dinner

OPTIONAL EXTRAS*

  • Flights
  • Upgrade Tickets
  • Upgrade Hotel
  • Extra Nights
  • Additional Sessions

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Week One Tour

PRICED FROM
$6,155 per person based on twin/double share

TRAVEL DATES
1-6 July 2018

INCLUDES

  • 5 Nights Accommodation at the 4-Star The Rembrandt London Hotel
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Airport Transfers to and from Hotel
  • Sunday 1st July Exclusive Keith Prowse Travel Dinner
  • Monday 2nd July Reserved Seat on Court 1
  • Tuesday 3rd July Reserved Seat on Centre Court watching the Women’s Singles 2017 winner
  • Wednesday 4th July – High tea and theatre show
  • Access to The Lounge at Wimbledon for light refreshments
  • London Underground Travel Card for return travel to Wimbledon

OPTIONAL EXTRAS*

  • Flights
  • Upgrade Tickets
  • Upgrade Hotel
  • Extra Nights
  • Additional Sessions

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Champions’ Day Package

PRICED FROM
$6,280 per person based on twin/double share

TRAVEL DATES
1-4 July 2018

INCLUDES

  • 3 Nights Accommodation at the 4-Star The Rembrandt London Hotel
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Airport Transfers to and from Hotel
  • Sunday 1st July – Exclusive Keith Prowse Travel Dinner
  • Two Day at Wimbledon Tennis Championships
  • Monday 2nd July Centre Court watching the Men’s Singles 2017 winner
  • Tuesday 3rd July Centre Court watching the Women’s Singles 2017 winner
  • Access to The Lounge at Wimbledon for light refreshments
  • London Underground Travel Card for return travel to Wimbledon

OPTIONAL EXTRAS*

  • Flights
  • Upgrade Tickets
  • Upgrade Hotel
  • Extra Nights
  • Additional Sessions

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Booking Enquiry - Sport or Event

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Terms & Conditions: *Excludes flights unless otherwise stated. Prices are per person in AUD and subject to change with currency fluctuations. Travel insurance is highly recommended. Prices based on twin/double share.

Wimbledon Hotel Accommodations

Our recommended hotels

Wimbledon Match Schedule & Venue

2018 MATCH SCHEDULE

With both day and evening sessions held consistently throughout the tournament, tennis fanatics will never be short of gameplay to watch, concluding with the Women’s final on Saturday the 14th July and the Men’s final on Sunday the 15th July.

WIMBLEDON VENUE

Covering over 42 acres, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) has a rich history having been founded in 1868. The Club currently consists of 18 grass courts; the biggest being Centre Court which hosts the finals of the main singles and doubles events at The Championship. The venue can be easily accessed by the London Underground, bus, tram, car or taxi. The nearest tube station is Southfields (District Line) which is a 5-minute walk to the entrance to Wimbledon Park.

Centre Court Seating Plan
Court 1 Seating Plan

Please Note: Premium Reserved (Debenture) seats are highlighted in purple.

2018 Wimbledon Experiences

Serena Williams

View Practice Sessions

While you are in the northern area of the Grounds, you can view players practicing on the Aorangi Park courts. The area is busy with players hitting balls, stretching or just hanging out. This concealed gem allows you to get up close to players in a more relaxed setting.

Andy Murray with fans

Fanzone

At the Fanzone, there is an opportunity to meet your favourite players in person at the Fanzone located just outside Aorangi Pavilion in the north of the Grounds. Every day one or two players visit the booth to meet fans and sign autographs.

Strawberries and cream at Wimbledon with Centre Court seen in the background

Strawberries and Cream

Strawberries and cream is an essential part of the Wimbledon tournament and the typical food of choice for visitors to the All England Club. It’s a tradition that began at the Wimbledon tournament and has become emblematic of the Championship itself. Every year, Wimbledon tennis fans consume up to 28,000 kg of strawberries, accompanied by over 7,000 litres of cream!

Discover London

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Afternoon Tea

When visiting London, no trip would be complete without indulging in the English institution of afternoon tea. The tradition started when the Duchess of Bedford found herself peckish whilst waiting for dinner and asked her servants to sneak her slices of bread in addition to hot cups of tea. Nowadays, the experience has become a fashionable ritual with traditional and quirkier options available to keep your hunger at bay.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Located in the heart of London, next to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, this wonderful 700-year-old building is a living pageant of British history. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, the interior of this magnificent church is of incomparable beauty and splendour.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Covering an area of 350 acres, Hyde Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks. Throughout the year, there is plenty to see and do at Hyde Park. Watch the swans and boats glide over the tranquil Serpentine Lake, visit the Diana Memorial Fountain or stop by the Speaker’s Corner to hear London’s most vocal orators share their opinions with the world.