Do Children Need a Ticket for the Wimbledon Championships?
By Ed C
Updated 7th January 2022
Children over 5 years of age will need a ticket to enter the Grounds. If you are taking kids to the Tournament with you, here's what you need to know.
When is a ticket required?
Children that are over 5 years of age will need to show a valid ticket to enter the Grounds.
Kids under 5 do not need a ticket but will not be able to occupy their own seat.
How much does a children's ticket to Wimbledon cost?
Kids under 5 years old can enter the Grounds for free.
Tickets for children over 5 years old are charged at full price. Wimbledon does not offer any discounted tickets for minors.
Are there any particular rules for children attending the Championships?
Yes. If you are talking children to the Championship's there are a few rules you will need to be aware of:
- Children under 16 years of age must be supervised at all times by an adult, parent or guardian over the age of 18.
- Babies and children below 5 years of age are not permitted to access the Show Courts, which are: Centre Court. No. 1, No. 2 or No. 3 Courts, or Courts 12 and 18.
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