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Where To Watch Wimbledon in London 2019

Al fresco screenings

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Missed out on Wimbledon tickets but still keen to catch the action somewhere lovely in the sunshine? Fear not: there are plenty of outdoor screenings taking place throughout the capital…

Duke of York Square

Strawberries & Screen

Strawberries & Screen is returning to Duke of York Square in Chelsea, showing the Men’s Semi-Finals and Men and Women’s Finals on 12-14 July. Picnic hampers will be available to buy from Partridge’s, Pretty Little Tea Company will be serving Prosecco and Pimm’s, and stalls will be selling strawberries and cream. Who needs Centre Court tickets?

Eccleston Yards

Photo by Simon Burrell

Watch from deck chairs in the courtyard of Belgravia hub Eccleston Yards, where the recently opened Wild By Tart will be offering tasty treats and The Jones Family Kitchen will be serving a special Wimbledon dessert.

Big Screen on the Green

Big Screen on the Green

An expected 4,500 guests will be descending on the South London parks of Morden Hall Park and Fulham Palace Private Garden this year for Big Screen on the Green, taking place 13-14 July. The Finals will be screened in both locations, which will feature a Champagne lounge, a picnic area, entertainment, and (of course), plenty of strawberries and cream. £20 for a day ticket.

Pitch Stratford

Pitch Stratford

East London’s newest al fresco dining space Pitch Stratford will be screening the tennis on a huge 192-inch outdoor screen throughout the Wimbledon fortnight on Wednesdays to Sundays. For an extra incentive, fans will be treated to free strawberries and cream cups. This Sunday they’re hosting a finals party, with an afterparty featuring music from Pitch’s resident DJ.

The Prince

The Prince

Fulham’s buzziest drinking and eating mecca The Prince will be retracting their roof and screening the tournament in their pergola-style garden. Stay fuelled with a pizza from Homeslice or some fried chicken from Patty & Bun – and don’t forget to claim your free Frosé.

Pergola Olympia

Pergola Olympia

With large tables, big screens, jugs of Pimm’s and strawberries and cream, Pergola Olympia offers an ideal viewing set-up.

One New Change

One New Change Wimbledon

Catch the action with a view of the city skyline from a deck chair on the terrace of One New Change.

St James’ Market

St James' Park

In the West End your best bet for watching is St James’ Market, where visitors can enjoy screenings from deck chairs, with dining offers from local restaurants.

Wembley Park

Wembley Park Arena

Head to Wembley Park’s Arena Square to enjoy Wimbledon screenings from 10-14 July as part of its Summer on Screen programme. If you get hungry, order food from BoxPark Wembley and JustEat will deliver it straight to your deckchair!

Camden Market’s North Yard

Camden Market

You’ll find London’s biggest outdoor screen over at Camden Market’s buzzy North Yard, complete with a ‘restaurant to lawn’ delivery service where guests can order food from any of the on-site restaurants – many of which are offering Wimbledon-inspired specials.

Halkin Arcade, Belgravia

Halkin Arcade

Relax on deck chairs with ice cream from Rococo Chocolates at Motcomb Street’s Halkin Arcade. They’re screening the tennis throughout the tournament, with Pimm’s, strawberries and soft drinks available to buy from Mosimann’s.

Brown Hart Gardens

Brown Hart Gardens

Located just around the corner from Oxford Street, Brown Hart Gardens is the ideal viewing spot for locals, shoppers and lunchtime-dwellers keen to catch the action. Screenings will be shown every day throughout the tournament from 11am-8pm, with plenty of food options in the eclectic surrounding area of Mayfair.

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