A Botanical Tour of Wembley Park

Discover Wembley Park’s Rich Green Heritage

As part of National Park City Week, the team behind the regeneration of Wembley Park will host a special public tour of this landmark new neighbourhood being created in North West London.

Where: Market Square, Wembley Park HA9 0FJ 
Time/Date: 28 July. 11am & 1:30pm

Free admission.

Learn about Wembley Park’s rich green heritage – from its leafy origins as Wemba Lea to the hedged fields of Wembly Green, as you discover the plans for the future neighbourhood, including the creation of 7,500 new homes and a 7-acre public park.

Join Tour Leader Julian Tollast, Head of Masterplanning and Design at Wembley Park and National Park City Foundation Trustee, as he takes you through a journey through the past, present and future of the 85-acre site around the National Stadium.

Highlights will include:
• A botanical tour of Olympic Way and its 36 newly planted trees, hailing from temperate zones across the globe, creating an Avenue of Champions
• Exclusive access to the landscaped gardens and social rooftops at Tipi, Wembley Park’s new lifestyle-focused rental community
• A visit to the secluded Paul Daisley Gardens, inside Brent Civic Centre
• An interactive exhibition where you will discover the future of Wembley Park and plans for its new 7-acre park

National Park City Week A Botanical Tour of Wembley Park

FAQ's

Where will tours meet?
All tours will meet in Market Square outside of Sainsbury’s on Exhibition Way.
How long will tours last?
Tours will take approximately 90 minutes.
Is this event ticketed?
No, this event is absolutely free! Just be sure to have your confirmation email from Eventbrite on hand.
How can I get to Wembley Park?
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.
Is parking available?
Yes, we have three car parks available (Yellow Car Park, Red Car Park, and Gold Car Park). Please note that event day rates may apply. Please check wembleyofficialparking.com ahead of your visit for rates.

Find out more about our Summer of Events programme in Wembley Park.

 

Getting to Market Square, Wembley Park

By tube and overground

Wembley Park is easy to reach from central London with three tube lines and an overland line. 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 Jubilee Line offers access to Bond Street in 19 minutes from Wembley Park Station. The Bakerloo Underground Line is accessed from Wembley Central Station, offering access to Paddington, Charing Cross and Waterloo. You can also reach Wembley Park from London Marylebone Rail Station in 9 minutes. 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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