Hours and Admission

Welcome!

Come experience the International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum! With over 1,900 artifacts of tennis history displayed throughout the redesigned exhibit galleries, the museum delivers an entirely new, engaging visitor experience. After touring the museum, explore the 7-acres that make up the historic grounds of the Newport Casino, from our newly built indoor courts to the manicured grass courts of the Bill Talbert Stadium.

Museum Hours

Open Year-Round 10am - 5pm
The museum is closed on Tuesdays in February and March
July - August 10am - 6pm

Last admission is 30 minutes prior to close.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day. Galleries are subject to last-minute closings and changes.


Admission

General Admission

Free ITHF Member (w/ member card) 
$15 Adult
Free Kids (16 & under) 

 

Discounts

$11 AARP (w/ member card) 
$12 Senior (62+)
$12 Student (w/ ID)
$12 USTA (w/ member card)
$12 AAA (w/ member card)
$12 Military (w/ ID)

We are an active member of the Blue Star Museum Program.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, all active duty personnel and their families can tour the museum FREE of charge.

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AARP Special Discount

During the months of March and April, AARP Members save 50% on regular museum admission! Show member ID at admission desk, special runs until 4/30

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Additional Discounts

Free Museum Professionals
  Must present valid AAM, NEMA, ISHA or business card
$8 Hall of Fame Tennis Club - Adult 
 

Discount available for guests who have booked court time at the Hall of Fame Tennis Club

 

Audio Tour

Free ITHF Members
$3 All others (including Kids) 
  Audio tours are currently offered in English and are available at the Admissions Desk

 

We are an active member of the Bank of America Museums on Us program.  Bank of America card holders are granted free admission the first full weekend of each month.  Click HERE for a full schedule of MOU 2016 weekend dates and more information.

Admission for Kids ages 16 and under is generously underwritten by Sugarpova.

As part of our mission to encourage junior tennis development and to inspire future growth in tennis, the International Tennis Hall of Fame strives to welcome the next generation of players and fans to the museum to learn about and be inspired by the sport's rich history and great champions. 

The interactive displays and exhibits are designed to make the museum experience fun and educational for young visitors.  From a touch-screen table where kids can "volley" tennis trivia to each other, to The Roger Federer Experience where they are welcomed to the International Tennis Hall of Fame by a hologram of tennis superstar Roger Federer, the museum provides a unique adventure into the world of tennis for kids of all ages. 

Stop by the Gift Shop and browse items inspired by museum collection. Hall of Fame Members always save 15%

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Plan your next group outing at the International Tennis Hall of Fame! Special rates available for groups of 10 or more.

Group Rates

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Museum Rules & Policies

  • Museum hours may vary during special events. Please see the Events Calendar for updates on special hours or early closings.
  • Admission does not grant access to special events of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships (July 10-17, 2016)
  • Coupons will not apply and discounts cannot be combined.
  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
  • Advance reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.  Click HERE to learn more about Group Tour reservations.
  • The International Tennis Hall of Fame is ADA complient, however the museum is on the second floor of the Historic Newport Casino Building. Elevator access and wheelchairs are available for use during your visit. Please ask any staff member for assistance.
  • For security reasons, the museum does not allow backpacks, large bags and racquets within the galleries.  
  • The following are not permitted in the galleries: Food, drink, e-cigarettes, flash photography, video, selfie sticks and tripods.
  • Please be courteous of others and reframe from using cell phones in the galleries.
  • To avoid damage to our irreplaceable historic artifacts, please do not touch any of the objects, artwork, or exhibit cases in the museum. Museum staff has the right to ask an individual to leave the Museum if the person does not observe the Museum’s policies.
  • Smoking, bikes and dogs are not permitted anywhere on the grounds.

Click here for more information on the museum policies and FAQ or call 401-849-3990