Just 12 minutes west of Central London you’ll find London’s most exciting cultural district, comprising iconic sports venues, world-class shopping and eating, thriving independent businesses and year-round free entertainment.To win the ultimate Wembley Park experience including tickets to War Horse, supper at Pasta Remoli, a luxurious night at the 4* Hilton London Wembley and over £250 in LDO (London Designer Outlet) vouchers, simply read our 15 reasons why you must visit Wembley Park today, and enter our free prize draw at the bottom of the page. Good luck!
1. AFFORDABLE DESIGNER BRANDS
Wembley Park is a shopper’s paradise, home to the London Designer Outlet where stores offer to 70% off a selection of big-brand names, plus 20 restaurants and a nine-screen cinema. After a hard day’s retail therapy, send your purchases home with the new Dropit store-to-door delivery service and head straight out for the evening.
2. FOODIE HEAVEN
Gastronomes will be spoilt for choice at Wembley Park, where over 50 eateries offer everything from artisanal pop-ups and high-street classics, to sophisticated cocktails and elegant fine dining.
3. BOXING CLEVER
London’s third and largest Boxpark boasts a wide choice of delectable street food, and will keep you entertained with ping-pong, shuffleboard rooms, three bars and an exciting event programme – with much more in the pipeline!
4. WORLD-CLASS THEATRE
London’s newest theatre the 2,000-seat Troubadour opened in summer 2019. Don’t miss, the National Theatre’s acclaimed adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s War Horse, which has captivated over 8 million audience member worldwide, cantering onstage from 18th October.
5. AT HOME WITH TIPI
Wembley Park’s Tipi offers stylish, modern apartments and a hassle-free rental experience with no deposit and no hidden fees. Flexible tenancies in pet-friendly buildings mean you can relax and enjoy your new home – not to mention the on-site gyms and concierge services.
6. MEET THE INDEPENDENTS
Wembley Park Market has assembled a fantastic selection of pop-up boutiques offering the best in ethical fashion, sustainable crafts and the freshest groceries. Combining an eclectic mix of independent designers and craftspeople, it also offers workshops to help you get creative yourself.
7. A SOCIAL MEDIA STAR IS BORN
Wembley Park is packed with energetic street art, including London’s largest single-artist graffiti project by Mr Doodle. Grab a selfie at the Spanish Steps beneath the bold ‘Saturation Surge’, or brighten your Instagram feed atop one of Baker & Borowski’s music-inspired installations.
8. CULTURE ON THE DOORSTEP
From free NT Live screenings to The Mayor of London’s International Busking Day, Wembley Park is the cultural capital of West London. This autumn, enjoy an art-house film night or take in one of the free seasonal exhibitions at the new Getty Images Gallery.
Running from 20th November until 3rd January 2020, Winterfest will see artists from all over the world curate light and sound artworks that will transform Wembley Park into an immersive playground of unique art installations, combining light, sound and touch into a truly multi-sensory experience. From the acclaimed Sonic Runway, making its European debut in Wembley Park via Nevada’s Burning Man festival, to London’s tallest-ever LED light Christmas Tree, get ready to be enveloped by a technicolour trail of lights and interactive sounds
10. COMMUNITY SPIRIT
At the heart of the Wembley Park neighbourhood is The Yellow, where you can come to get fit or get creative at its free daily classes – all in the company of those who call the area home. Tipi also holds weekly events so you can meet the neighbours. Rooftop yoga, supper clubs and ‘Paint & Prosecco’ evenings are just a few.
11. BACK TO NATURE
This autumn watch the leaves change from lush green to warm amber as you wander the tree-lined Olympic Way, Market Square and Wembley Park Boulevard. There are 18 species, each representing a different temperate zone from around the world.
12. STARGAZING AT THE SSE ARENA
The iconic SSE Arena, Wembley has played host to an unrivalled roster of legends, from Prince to ABBA, in its 60-year history. Outside, spot the handprints of stars such as Madonna and Dolly Parton in the ever-expanding collection of plaques on the Square of Fame.
13. WITNESS SOMETHING AMAZING
Wembley Stadium is one of the world’s most famous sport, music and entertainment venues, drawing more than two million visitors each year. It’s home to the England football team, and in 2019 has already played host to the Spice Girls, Fleetwood Mac and Bon Jovi.
With multiple tube and train stations, frequent buses and excellent road access, travelling to and from Wembley Park couldn’t be easier. It’s just 12 minutes from central London and a short drive to the countryside, blending city living with nature for the perfect work-life balance.
15. CARED FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD
A special neighbourhood team patrols and meticulously cares for Wembley Park. Much more than just grass-cutting and emptying bins, our dedicated staff ensure a safe and clean environment so you can make the most of all that the area has to offer.
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