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  • Newport, Rhode Island Tennis Hall of Fame

Tennis Hall of Fame Newport, RI: Museum, Tours, and Championships

Dedicated to the preservation of the popular sport, the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI is where tennis players, fans, and enthusiasts come to learn all about the history of tennis dating back to the 12th century. Wander the historic grounds and stroll through the memorabilia of gifted champions. Tour the interactive museum with a collection of more than 1,900 artifacts, photos, videos, and publications of those who helped shape the game as we know it today. Set in the Newport Casino, the hall of fame includes a museum, grass tennis courts, and an indoor tennis facility for games or championships. Visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum and discover your love for tennis.



Adults: $15, Seniors (62+), Students, Military: $12, Kids (16 & under): Free


Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. July - August 10 am to 6 pm.


  • Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
  • Hall of Fame Boys 18 L4 Super Six Championship
  • Annual Induction Ceremonies
  • Annual Architectural Symposium


  • Museum
  • Public Tours
  • Tennis Club
  • Interactive Exhibits
  • Gift Shop
  • Casino Theatre



  • Does the Tennis Hall of Fame offer tours?

    Yes, visitors may take a self-guided audio or a docent-led tour during select months throughout the year. Expect to tour the museum’s interactive exhibits, as well as a visit to the Bill Talbert Stadium and tennis court facility. Tours are offered on weekends in June and October, and daily from July through September at 11 am or 2 pm. Reservations are only required for groups of 10 or more. Tours generally run about an hour long.
  • What is in the Tennis Hall of Fame collection?

    The Tennis Hall of Fame houses a vast collection of over 1,900 objects, from videos and photos to autographed memorabilia and trophies from pro tennis players. Explore the great moments in tennis history and enjoy interactive exhibits like The Tennis and Culture Table, Tennis Around the World, and Roger Federer Hologram.

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