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Wimbledon Common, London

Wimbledon Common, along with the Putney Lower Common and Putney Heath forms the sprawling Wimbledon and Putney Commons area with 460 hectares of woodlands and open grass areas.

Wimbledon Common, along with the Putney Lower Common and Putney Heath forms the sprawling Wimbledon and Putney Commons area with 460 hectares of woodlands and open grass areas. It is home to a windmill, golf course, nature trails, ponds and a hill fort known as Caesar's Camp. With a great variety of flora and fauna especially around the bog, this open space is a calm space to unwind in the lap of nature and was once a camping ground for gypsies. The nine ponds on the grounds which attract migratory birds are the hubs of summer crowds. It hosts weekly runs, as well as soccer, cricket and rugby matches. The windmill at the Wimbledon Windmill Museum is a Grade II listed structure which has been a part of the local community since 1817. For


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About Wimbledon Common

 London, United Kingdom

 +44 20 8788 76

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 www.wpcc.org.uk

Wimbledon Common and Nearby Sights on Map

Wimbledon Windmill Museum

The Wimbledon Windmill Museum showcases the history and types of windmills

Cannizaro Park

Cannizaro Park in the Wimbledon area is a Grade II listed park comprising 35 acres of landscaped gardens with rare plants and ponds

Buddhapadipa Temple

The Buddhadipa Temple was first Buddhist temple in the UK, and houses monks and nuns within the complex

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is the largest of its kind in the world, with exhibits dating back to 1555

Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History

The Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History displays artifacts and pictures of local history in Wimbledon over 3000 years till the present day

Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace was the former retreat of the Bishops of London till 1973, and has a 19th century Tudor Revival chapel

Wandsworth Museum

The Wandsworth Museum has a collection of artifacts covering the local history of Wandsworth and its surroundings over 25000 years

Richmond Park

Richmond Park is the largest Royal Park in London, sprawling over almost 1,000 hectares and home to a huge array of fauna, including 650 wild deer

Ravenscourt Park

Ravenscourt Park is a 13 hectare public park in Hammersmith with a lake, tea house, tennis courts, a football pitch, bowling green and some truly ancient trees, particularly cedars

Hurlingham Park

Hurlingham Park is a large open park which is a great place for walkers as it lies along the Thames