People tend to check in during these times:
A Hallowed Hall of Tennis Legends! A must-visit when you're in the area!
Love it! Erin and Nicole at the desk are the cutest.
Make sure to schedule a lesson on the grass courts next time you are in Newport.
The first U.S. Open Tennis Championship was held here in August of 1881.
Check out Kai and Gipsy tennis lifestyle apparel available in the Hall of Fame retail shop
This shingle-style building, originally the Newport Casino, was designed by McKim Mead, & White and is in mint condition; surely an (architectural) experience to remember.
Charles is the best guide and an absolute doll.
A great place on many levels: awesome tennis facilities, a great museum and good lunch spot (sit outside and watch tennis on the main grass court!)
Agassi exhibit is pretty cool!
Kids get in to the museum FREE!
You can book an hour on the grass with a pro for about the same price as a court rental. Plus you get half off the museum admission. Takes about 45 mins to see the exhibits.
Must schedule a lesson just to get to play on the grass court!!!!