The district of Wimbledon is situated in the Borough of Merton, and is a historic, vibrant and charming place with its own unique character and plenty of attractions. Many people know Wimbledon because of its famous Wimbledon Common, which is not only one of the largest areas of common land in the country but is also home of the infamous Wombles! While Wimbledon Common is a popular attraction amongst visitors to the area, there are a number of other places to visit including Wimbledon Windmill Museum, and the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
A range of businesses are located in Wimbledon, many of them housed in various serviced offices and retail units. You will find local independent businesses such as florists and newsagents as well as a number of other business types and professionals, such as security services, surveyors, computer companies, website designers, charity organisations and accountants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There is plenty of entertainment within easy reach of Wimbledon, so you will always find something to fill your evenings. Enjoy a trip to the Polka Children’s Theatre with the kids, take in the arts at nearby Battersea Arts Centre or enjoy a night of comedy at Banana Cabaret. You can select from a variety of restaurants in and around Wimbledon, with cuisine to tempt all tastes buds. Enjoy modern European cuisine at Cannizaro House, enjoy the friendly ambiance at The Light House or feast on delicious Italian food at Taverna Italiana.
You can get around with ease in Wimbledon, with a variety of transport options to choose from. You can enjoy convenient access to the underground network from Wimbledon Park tube station or you can reach mainline services from Wimbledon Railway Station. You will also find a good network of taxis and bus services in the area.