For a chance to see native son Andy Murray defend his title, head to the All England Club this June. Rest your head at the Lodge Hotel London for convenient access to the tournament—it’s just three stops on the Tube away from the action (rooms from $199; thelodgehotellondon.com). Get in a workout at the nearby Virgin Active Health Club before stopping by the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum (wimbledon.com); there you can view memorabilia dating back to 1555 and exhibits like the 3D film Viewpoint, capturing the sights and sounds of Centre Court. Watch out for the McEnroe exhibit, which features a hologram “ghost” of John talking about his legendary opponents.
Don't watch every game from the same ol' barstool. From stadiums to interactive museums, we’ve rounded up the best places to get a closer look at the action—plus ways to stay active while you’re following your favorite sport.
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