Established in 1886 and celebrating its 125th year, The Queen’s Club was the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world. The Club offers its Members the opportunity to play Lawn Tennis, Real Tennis, Rackets and Squash on some of the finest courts in the world.The Queen's Club is a unique Club steeped in English tradition, a private members rackets Club set in ten acres of grounds, perfectly located only 2 minutes walk from the Piccadilly and District tube lines at Barons Court as well as the A4 into central London.
An excellent members archery club that shoots in the grounds of Kensington Palace in summer and in Pimlico in winter. Archery is a totally satisfying sport, quite difficult to master but very easy to have fun with. This is probably the best club in London. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hop on a steed and trot your way through one of London's most central parks, courtesy of those lovely equestrian types at Hyde Park Stables. The park's historic 'Rotten Row' bridleway dates back to the 17th century when William III demanded a route between his palace at St James and his other residence in Kensington. During the 18th century the broad track attracted hoards of upper-class types eager to parade their finery and gawp at other carriages full of toffs. These days the bridleway attracts all sorts, from novice riders wanting to explore the 5-mile route through this city centre park to those seeking more formal riding tuition. Coincide your ride with a bright, sunny day and you'll no doubt be hooked on horseriding in the city.
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