You definitely should go to Wimbledon qualifying. It's my favourite event, and I've been to quite a few tournaments. The atmosphere is amazing, the players are accessible, the matches are entertaining (and often very good, or at least very competitive) and it's a great place to see many future stars.
The matches are held at the National Tennis Centre at Roehampton. You can watch them for free [
], but if you want to park, I think you might have to pay. Am not sure about that though. You could also take the bus to Priory Lane and then it's about a 10-15 minute walk on Priory Lane, which is a huge street. The area is quite beautiful though, so the walk isn't so bad.
The men start on Monday, the women on Tuesday. The second round is held on Wednesday, and the final round on Thursday. There's also doubles qualifying. Obviously, if the weather stinks, they can use the Friday and weekend too.
You'll be able to get the OOP and draws from a stand, and you can get food and drinks in the canteen/restaurant, where the players also eat.
It's an absolutely superb venue and an amazing event, especially if the weather is good. I am sure any tennis fan will love going, so you should definitely come. I'll be going for the third year in a row