|Abbey Mills, Merton, Merantum Way, Merton Abbey, London.
Phone: 020 8543 9608 Website
|Craft market, shops, restaurant, and pub in lovely riverside setting on banks of River Wandle.|
|Abbeyfest at Merton Abbey Mills, Merantum Way, London.
Phone: 020 8542 5511 | Website
|The beautiful riverside setting of the River Wandle at Merton Abbey Mills is a perfect setting for this arts festival celebrating music, theatre & comedy.|
|Buddhapadipa Temple, Calone Road, Wimbledon, London.
Phone: 020 8946 1357 Website
|Thai Buddhist temple. Thai architecture, built in 1980. Centre for teaching Theravada Buddhism.|
|Cannizaro Park, Westside Common, Wimbledon, London.||This vast and beautiful landscaped garden on the edge of Wimbledon Common and adjacent to the Cannizaro Hotel is highly recommended for relaxing walks.|
|The Colour House Theatre, Merton Abbey Mills, Watermill Way, Merton, London SW19 2RD. Phone: 0208 542 5511
|A children’s theatre in the beautiful setting of Merton Abbey Mills, close to Wimbledon. A wide variety of theatre, music and comedy productions. There is a weekly Blues Club and the theatre has monthly chamber concerts.|
|Deen City Farm, 39 Windsor Avenue, Merton Abbey, Merton, London SW19 2RR
Phone: 020 8543 5300 | Website
|An urban farm focusing on education with a wide variety of animals ranging from chicks to cattle. There is also an affordable riding school.|
|Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Rd, Morden, Surrey. Open daily during daylight.
Phone: 020 8545 6850
|Formerly a deer park, superb walks amongst network of waterways and Elizabethan hay meadows. Local crafts people display their works in the estate workshops.|
|Polka Theatre for Children, The Broadway, Wimbledon, London.
Phone: 020 8543 4888 Website
|Theatre productions specifically for children. Also exhibitions, souvenir shop, cafe and a playground.|
|Southside House, 3-4 Woodhayes Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4RJ
Phone: 020 8946 7643 Website
|Southside House is the only historical house in the Borough of Merton that is open to the public. For the 2016 season guided tours take place on Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday as well as Bank Holiday. The tours are at: 2pm and 3.30pm.|
|Wandle Industrial Museum, The Vestry Hall Annexe, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3UD.
Phone: 020 8648 0127 | Website
|The Wandle Industrial Museum was established in 1983. It is currently located at Vestry Hall in Mitcham, but is due to move to Ravensbury Mill in the near future.|
Phone: 020 8788 7655 Website
|Vast open & wooded area, many opportunities for relaxed walks.|
|Wimbledon Windmill Museum, Windmill Rd, Wimbledon Common, London.
Phone: 020 8947 2825 Website
|Depicts the story of windmills. Museum housed in the windmill. Large free car park.|
|Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club,
Church Rd, Wimbledon, London.
Phone: 020 8946 6131 | Website
|Impressive display of tennis memorabilia together with history of the sport.|
|Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History, 22 Ridgway, Wimbledon, London.
Phone: 020 8296 9914 Website
|Free admission to this fascinating museum depicting the history of Wimbledon. Opening Hours: Saturday & Sunday 2:30 to 5:00.|
|New Wimbledon Theatre, The Broadway, Wimbledon, London.
Phone: 020 8540 0362 Website
|Beautiful Edwardian Theatre. Wide range of productions.|
Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium, Plough Lane, Wimbledon, London.
Wimbledon Market, Wimbledon Stadium Car Park, Plough Lane, Wimbledon, SW17
|Every Sunday till 3pm. Great bargains in clothes, fruit & vegetables.|
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