Tenniseum

Interesting
This brightly lit museum, housed under Court no 3 and the adjoining stand, offers a fascinating panorama of the history of French tennis from the 11C (real tennis) to the present day: winners of the French Open and their achievements, the history of the stadium, the evolution of equipment and clothing, collections of rackets, photographs, posters, multimedia sets and themed showcases.

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Adresse : 

2 avenue Gordon-Bennett

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