Since 1927, the Roland-Garros stadium has been a mecca for international clay court tennis. Situated on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, the stadium stages one of the grand slam tennis tournaments: the French Open. Over two weeks, top international tennis stars play on the 24 famous clay courts, including the Philippe-Chatrier centre court and the Suzanne Lenglen court. Outside the period of this major sporting event, there is the tennis museum.
Backstage tour of Roland Garros with Cultival
The stadium is open according to the events
Offer adapted to disabled people
Physical disability: access ramps, adapted seats and adapted toilet facilities.