Roland-Garros Stadium

In May each year, the French Open welcomes the cream of world tennis at Roland-Garros, but the stadium is now open to the public year-round and it is therefore possible for anyone to discover what goes on behind the scenes of this mythical place. The Tenniseum, the players' changing rooms, the Tennis House, the racket clinic, the La Griffe boutique, the central court (now known as Court Philippe-Chatrier) and Musketeers Square are the highlights of the "Terre de Roland-Garros" guided tours.

Useful information

Adresse : 

2 avenue Gordon-Bennett

Phone:

+33 1 47 43 48 48

Opening hours

see Website for timetable and pricelist

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