Art in the Park

ART IN THE PARK

Explore Wembley Park’s thriving art scene with commissions and installations throughout London’s newest cultural hotspot.

Situated around the heart of the transformed Wembley Park, numerous art pieces can be spotted in the area from the famous Spanish steps to pillars and posts along Olympic Way.

MR DOODLE

The incredible Mr Doodle has come back to Wembley Park for 2019 to create even more of his hypnotising work.

Transforming the southern area of Olympic Way, the hand-painted idiosyncratic characters revolutionize the space into a public gallery for street art lovers.

One of many installations to convert Wembley Park, the mesmerising doodles cover nearly 43 million sq inches!

The crazy doodler from England is now world-renowned for his work, but Mr Doodle began his career in school, doodling in his sketchbooks. Since then, the doodle king has worked with big names such as MTV, Sink Pong London, Boxpark and a number of charities, working on all kinds of surfaces from dining chairs to whole entire rooms.

He even popped along to Tipi and gave their caravan a proper spruce up – make sure you check it out when you’re admiring his work!

Mr Doodle Wembley Park

BOTANICAL BOLLARDS

When walking down Olympic Way, make sure you take a moment to admire and relax with the ‘Botanical Bollards’. 

The 13 unique hand illustrated designs are each created by a different designer and are inspired by the 36 new trees planted along this iconic walkway. 

Each tree planted represents a different temperature zone of the world, and the bollards were created as tribute to bring the trees and the area to life.

Each ‘Botanical Bollard’ features an explanatory plaque to help you identify which tree the artwork was created from, and where you can find the muse along Olympic Way.

Wembley Park Olympic Way Botanical Bollards

LOVE LOVE LOVE

Make sure you don’t miss the fantastic new installation on the legendary Spanish steps this summer. 

The iconic steps across from Arean Square, are gold and bold this summer with their latest installation, LOVE LOVE LOVE.

Designed by London based studio Committee, each stair will be gold-wrapped and ‘LOVE’ printed three times across. Marvel as you watch the words assemble and disassemble in front of your very eyes as you stroll past the remarkable fixture. 

But is only around till mid-September, so make sure you get down there and admire the artwork before it is gone!

Wembley Park Public Art Love Love Love

MASSIVE CHOON

Listen up selfie lovers. We have some of the most insta worthy pieces at Wembley Park this summer. 

Created by Produce UK, we have seven music inspired playful art installations across Wembley Park for everyone to interact with. 

The series of giant, colourful 3D and 2D artworks include guitar and amp, headphones, turntable, a drumkit, musical notes, a microphone and a boombox. 

Each piece is interactive, meaning you can can get the ultimate snap by standing on the pieces or peering through others. 

The seven pieces can be found all over the area – from walking down Olympic way, relaxing in Market Square and heading for some shopping at London Designer Outlet. 

Make sure you tag us and #wembleypark when uploading your snaps – we would love to see you rocking out with the pieces!

Art in the Park at Wembley Park Massive Choon

EXPLORE WEMBLEY PARK

If you’ve come to admire the incredible art at Wembley Park, why not make a day of it? With over 50 places to eat, unmissable shopping and a jam-packed summer of fun, Wembley Park has something for everyone to enjoy. 

GETTING TO WEMBLEY PARK

By tube

Wembley Park is easy to reach from central London with three tube lines and an overland line. The Jubilee Line offers access to Bond Street in 19 minutes from Wembley Park Station. The Metropolitan Line has fewer stops to reach Wembley Park Station, and many people swap onto it at Baker Street or Finchley Road. The journey time from Baker Street to Wembley Park Station is 12 minutes. The Bakerloo Underground Line is accessed from Wembley Central Station, offering access to Paddington, Charing Cross and Waterloo. The London Overground Line also runs from Wembley Central Station and gets you to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes.

By car


Wembley Park has over 3,000 secure car parking spaces. Wembley Park’s official marshalled car parks are all close to Wembley Park’s iconic venues. The nearest car park to the SSE Arena Wembley is the Gold Car park.

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