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Merton Merton hosts the celebrated Wimbledon lawn-tennis Championships, held every year for a fortnight during June/July. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, open over summer and winter, provides visitors with views within the Centre Court and movies of matches. Merton Abbey Mills will probably be worth seeing. Housed within the former Liberty silk-printing works, this selection of historic buildings has-been changed into a charming city centre, that includes art stores, weekend market, pub and restaurant. Enjoy a stroll across the River Wandle and admire the beautiful conservation places including Merton Park, the first garden suburb, laid out by John Innes early in the 20th century.

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