Philippe-Chatrier Court, Paris

4.3
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Arena / Stadium
Constructed in 1928, Philippe-Chatrier Court is an 8.5 hectare (21 acre) tennis venue with 20 courts and three large-capacity stadiums that host the annual French Open. Learn the history of tennis at the Tenniseum, a museum with bilingual multimedia exhibits portraying the game's beginnings. You'll find many dining options in the large restaurant and bar area. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Paris fast, fun, and easy.
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  • Went to see the Men's Semi-Finals. SRG is quite small in comparison to Wimbledon but a great venue, very chic and we loved it! Food and drink is fairly expensive, but not ridiculously so. A great...  more »
  • It has always been my husband's dream to see each of the tennis majors. While planning our visit to Paris, even when the Open wasn't on, he wanted to tour Roland Garros. On their web they stated...  more »
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  • Needs: MORE WOMENS TOILETS (and men’s). Need more water fountains AND THEY NEED TO SIGN POST the water fountains. it’s shameful they have put so much effort into shops and food outlets to take your money but can’t provide enough toilets or free water. “Old style venue”
  • Momentally it was preparing for Roland Garros 2018, so this month people cannot get inside and see it. It was next to Parc de Prince stadium.

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