The green space is filled with landscaped gardens, sculptures, and ponds. One of the park’s main attractions is the Aviary, a bird watching area home to canaries, doves, and more.
There is also Wimbledon Park, which offers pleasant walks and stunning views of the green, so if you want to get away from the crowds of people who flock here each year for Wimbledon, then it’s definitely worth a visit. The Hyde Park Tennis Courts are within walking distance from the centre of Wimbledon and are open all year round.
The iconic New Wimbledon Theatre is one of London’s most stunning entertainment venues. Take a look inside and you’ll quickly see the breath-taking grade II architecture and ornate fixtures and fittings. The theatre presents a diverse programme of entertainment throughout the year, including live music, plays, and lectures.
Grand Victorian houses, modern housing and low-rise apartments characterise the area. It is divided into two main parts, the village, which is now the historic centre of the city, and its outskirts, which are more modern and replenished with amenities and shops.
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