• The Queens Club
  • Lords (the home of cricket)
  • Hampton Court Palace (Henry VIII's Court built in 1530)
  • The Newport Club, which is also the site of the ‘International Tennis Hall of Fame’ adjacent to the famous lawn tennis museum
  • Falkland Palace in Scotland (built circa 1510)

Tennis is still played at these venues, and as a member of any club these clubs will generally be happy to let you play. You should however organize this ahead of your trip – they may require a letter of introduction from the your club.

RMTC member George Limb has written an informative and entertaining account of his visits to all of the world’s active courts, in a book entitled Melbourne to Myopia.