The Best Landmark in Merton London

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Windmill Road, Wimbledon, Merton London SW19 5NR

Since 1817

Museum, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Tours, Events & Shops

It is a Grade II listed windmill - The museum has exhibits for both the young and old covering windmills and milling as well as local history and Scouting movement - The main mill building was rebuilt with brickwork to provide living accommodation

Price: Group Visits £3 per Head & School Parties £2 per Child

Sat 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Having only 'discovered' this attraction six days ago whilst seeking a family meeting point, this museum was a very pleasant surprise. It's cheap. It's very well presented ... and fascinating. I never knew how ignorant I was of windmills and their history. We were accompanied by two of our grandchildren (aged 6 and 4, boy and girl) and they were entralled. The 6-year old boy enjoyed the quite advanced video production and both enjoyed grinding wheat to make a little flour. Add in the (now dated!) enticement to the children to find a Womble (requires an induction course!) and the free car parking, and you have a potentially great day out, plus respite from the grind of the South Circular.

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3-4 Woodhayes Road London, Merton London SW19 4RJ

House, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Museum, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, School and Student Group Programs, Events, Workshops, Hosting Tour Groups, Workshops, Performance Arts, Sculpture Installations, Music Recitals & Masterclasses

It is a 17th-century house & Grade II listed building - The house passed through the Pennington-Mellor family, eventually coming into the possession of Malcolm Munthe, the son of Hilda Pennington-Mellor and Axel Munthe

Wed, Sat & Sun 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

An easy reach from London, Southside House makes a really interesting visit. It is a walkable distance from the station to Southside Common, close to the Wimbledon War Memorial. The house itself is a mixture of styles, filled with family history, which our guide truly brought to life in a wonderfully detailed way. The gardens are lovely, with hedges separating different areas, each with it's own individual colour and design very peaceful. The tour took about two hours overall, and had plenty to offer from start to finish. The pub across the road - the Crooked Billet is also to be recommended. Set in a quaint old building, the lunch was delicious, and we went back for dessert and coffee.

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35 Wimbledon Hill Road, Wimbledon, Merton London SW19 7NB

Library, Landmarks, DVDs, CDs, Books, Large Print and Talking Books, Reference Books, Photocopying, Scanning, Printing Facilities, Study Space, Tourist Information, Public Computer Terminals, Community Noticeboards, Events, Children's Activities, Newspapers & Magazines

Free access to office software and the internet - The staff are very helpful and knowledgeable

Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 7:00 pm
Sat 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sun Closed

We took the ride to Wimbledon Station to visit the Lawn Tennis Club at Church Road. This red-brick library building, along Wimbledon Hill Road, is just right in front of the station. This is a functioning public library for the district. Opens everyday from 9.30 am to 7 pm, except till 5 pm for Saturday and closed on Sunday; we were lucky to have a quick look around as we did not check the opening hours beforehand. Wimbledon Hill Road is just that stretch before Church Road. The book collections were adequate for the area and the library has resorted to online and DVD access for borrowers because of space constraints. Nice to note that Wimbledon is not just about tennis!

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