Together in Wembley
An iconic destination steeped cultural legacy
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Together in Wembley
An iconic destination steeped cultural legacy

Welcome to Wembley

North West of Central London, Wembley is a place that truly embraces celebration and diversity. Since 1923 it has been hosting major sporting, cultural and music events that attract visitors from all over the world. Over time the arch of the Wembley stadium, designed by Foster & Partners architects and completed in 2007, has become the main defining landmark of the area.

The multicultural nature of Wembley reaches its peak of visibility at the annual Holi Festival, a Hindu celebration also known as festival of colours, attracting visitors of all ages and backgrounds. 

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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO THE WEST END
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO CANARY WHARF
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO KINGS CROSS
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO BAKER STREET
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO THE WEST END
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO CANARY WHARF
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO KINGS CROSS
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MINUTES BY TRAIN TO BAKER STREET

There are some fantastic places in Wembley offering really amazing service/products for a reasonable price.

CHRISTINE COKE

THE EARLY BIRD OWNER

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Local Amenities

Eating & Drinking

For food and drink lovers, Wembley has a wealth of options. At Eccola Pizzeria, Chef Quejmal brings his 5 years spent in Pescara and his enthusiasm for italian food to life. At the weekly foodmarket, Matt and Steve stay true to their venture name, handpicked Shellfish Company, and serve seafood paella and crab noodles using their own catch.

For fans of atmospheric places Wembley has a wide offering. You can enjoy spectacular views of Wembley Stadium in combination with an after work drink at the Sky 9 bar, enjoy the peace of the surrounding greenery in the tucked away Roundwood Park Lodge Café or test out the latest coffee culture trends in the newly opened Boxpark Wembley.

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Entertainment & Culture

Wembley’s legacy as a place of celebration and display of cultures carries on to the present day. Wembley Stadium does not only regularly host sporting events but, similar to the nearby SSE arena, attracts internationally acclaimed acts from the field of entertainment and music.


The newley opened Yellow Pavillion is a social community space at the heart of Wembley, while Boxpark brings 50,000sq ft of retail and leisure space as well as a new multi-purpose events space to the area.
If you prefer events in a smaller setting head to the Lexi or Kiln cinema. Both venues offer an intriguing selection of contemporary Hollywood and independent films.

In the South of Wembley you can visit the impressive Neasden temple.

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Out & About

As well as providing all the advantages of city life, Wembley has a range of green spaces nearby where you can unwind and enjoy the outdoors. Wander through the historic King Edward VII Park or follow the River Brent on its traverse through Tokyngton Recreation ground.

Venture out to the vast Fryent country park to explore local wildlife and enjoy unending views of central London. Brent Reservoir and the surrounding green areas are home to a rich variety of wildlife and offer a peaceful escape from the vibrant centre of Wembley.