Without a doubt, Merton is best known for hosting the Wimbledon tournament. One of the Grand Slam tennis tournaments, it’s also seen as an important part of the country’s culture. The clean greens, fresh strawberries and a cool glass of bubbly all just feels so quintessentially British.
As you might expect, Merton boasts plenty of open spaces, idyllically coupled with beautiful scenic views, wonderful nature reserves and heritage sites.
Its stunning greenery is also joined by some fascinating museums and galleries, including the Wandle Industrial Museum, The Museum of Wimbledon, Merton Heritage Centre and more. Alongside this, there’s some truly breath-taking examples of architecture to be found here; these include the charming St Mary’s Church, the Wat Buddhapadipa Temple that features incredible murals by Thai artists, and the modern Wimbledon College of Art: proof that the beauty of the building can be as good as the art itself.
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