The London borough of Wimbledon is most famous for its tennis, being the home of one of the most prestigious international tournaments. As one of the four "Grand Slam" events, Wimbledon attracts the top players from all over the world every July. There's plenty to see here at other times too, though, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car can help you reach them without fuss. The Museum of Wimbledon provides an insight into the history and people of the local area, while the Wimbledon Windmill is a local landmark that reminds you of the days when this area was more rural. There are frequent stage productions on offer at the New Wimbledon Theatre. Get a taste of the country with a ride at Wimbledon Village Stables, or make use of your hired car by driving just a few miles to the open spaces of Richmond Park. Nearer at hand, kids of all ages can look out for Wombles on Wimbledon Common! The Enterprise branch here is a brief walk from the Tube station at Wimbledon Park.
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Whatever your requirements, Enterpris can fulfil them. If you need a big, tough van for a big, tough job, pick from the range of Luton and large models. At the other end of the scale, lightweight small-bodied vans are simple to drive and easily manoeuvrable through city streets. Naturally, there's a full range of medium-sized models on offer, too. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
For getting around the Wimbledon area, Enterprise cars and vans have you covered. There's a fantastic range of vehicles on offer, ranging from stylish superminis to elegant executive models. With so many options to choose from, there's sure to be the perfect car for you.
As with anywhere in London, driving before or after peak times can make things a lot easier. There are a number of car parks, many clustered around the railway station, though charges can vary a lot so it pays to check first. The area around the tennis club is busy all summer, even away from the major championships, so consider using alternative routes such as the A218 to the east.