Visitor Info /
The FFT museum is open to spectators throughout the tournament from approximately 10 am - 7 pm each day.
Entry to the museum is free throughout the whole tournament, including the qualifiers, to anyone who has a ticket. There are two special exhibitions in the museum at the moment. The first, entitled "Moi... Roland Garros", is dedicated to one of the great pioneers of aviation - Frenchman Roland Garros. This exhibition was already on display last year, as 2013 marked the 100th anniversary of his amazing exploit, when he became the first person to fly non-stop across the Mediterranean. Fans will be able to find out more about this exceptional pilot's unique life via various exhibits (including images, personal accounts of his life and newspaper articles).
The second exhibition is entitled Front lines — tennis in 14-18. Exploring another side of the war years, it shows how society evolved and how the notion of sport came to the fore. Marguerite Broquedis, Anthony Wilding, Jean Borotra… The stories of twelve champions who played through the storm, and their happy or tragic outcomes, will punctuate your visit.