Wembley is an iconic, historic place, full of some of the most memorable moments in UK and world sporting and music history. And now Wembley Park is more alive than ever, as London’s largest and most exciting regeneration area. There’s a year-round programme of events – most of them absolutely free – where you can get a taste for the innovation, diversity, and exceptional talent that has come to define Wembley Park.
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Wembley is a place full of history, with hundreds of the most memorable sporting and musical performances of all time taking place in the now iconic Wembley Stadium. Live Aid, the 1966 World Cup, not one but two Olympic Games…and in thriving Wembley Park history continues to be made and a new community built in London’s largest regeneration area.
Wembley Park offers unrivalled connectivity. It is served by three Tube lines and two rail lines, and is just minutes from London’s West End. For those coming by car there’s ample car parking and easy access from the M1, A406 and A40
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Over the last few years, Wembley Park has welcomed offices, workshops, LDO, and thousands of new homes which are either built or being built. It has also considerably increased the numbers of hotels in the area, with major brands from Hilton, Novotel, Ibis, Holiday Inn and Premier Inn alongside excellent local hotel brands.
It means that Wembley Park includes a collection of venues that can host events of almost any size, from family weddings to conventions of thousands. There are a range of facilities to help ensure any events you plan at Wembley Park go as smoothly as possible, including hotel rooms, exhibition and venue spaces, arena spaces, outdoor experiential sites, cinema facilities and conference rooms (even one that overlooks that world-famous Wembley pitch).