London is know not only because its historical value but also thanks’ to tennis championships. The Wimbledon District is wide recognized in the world because of its sport. This is a district places in south western London. It is very easy to get there thanks to perfect public transport. The name of the area has its origins in Old English and means “Wynnman’s hill”. The city was mentioned for the first time in Domesday Book. What is interesting, this part of the island has been inhabited since Iron Age. There you will find the most famous court and Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Moreover, it’s a district where many important people lived. Some of them are worth mentioning like admiral Nelson, astronomer Joseph Norman Lockyer or Robert Graves (a well-known poet). But if you are not interested in sport or famous people we suggest to visit Wimbledon Windmill Museum and Southside House. The district is well known also because of the theatre. There you will find The New Wimbledon Theatre, which has been opened since 1910, and the Polka Children’s Theatre. Both of them are well know and appreciated in England. After a long day of visiting, you can relax in one of restaurants or pubs. It’s very pleasurable to sit and observe the life in this extraordinary city. But if you don’t have enough wandering in the district, we propose a small walk in the Wimbledon Park or in Richmond Park. We assure you that you won’t be disappointed by the attractions of Wimbledon.