Summer of Design in Wembley Park









Flight – a major new commission by London-based street artist Remi Rough – to celebrate the commencement of its summer cultural programme, Summer of Play.  Known for his dramatic and colourful abstract compositions that have transformed buildings and locations around the world, Rough was inspired by the Wembley Park site’s flow of people in devising the concept for Flight.

So Last Century – one of London’s most respected vintage markets – heads north of the river for the first time. Wembley Park’s Market Square will be filled for the day with a huge range of unique lighting, prints & posters, furniture, glass & ceramics, clothing, accessories, and unusual decor for the garden & balcony. With accessible price points for the majority of items between £20-50, So Last Century at Wembley Park will offer a stunning, hand-picked selection of over 25 vintage dealers and designer-makers. Get ready for a vintage treasure hunt.

This September, Wembley Park will be taking part in London’s Open House London 2018. Join us for a series of behind the scenes tours of Wembley Park’s most iconic architecture and historical buildings led by experienced guides throughout the day.  Did you know that Wembley Park used to have its own version of the Eiffel Tower?  Well, find out about this and much, much more. 


Global Street Art  produced a giant mural in Wembley Park – welcoming the world. Installed on a 40m long hoarding set against the backdrop of Wembley Stadium, Global Street Art designed the artwork with nearly 100 local school children. The mural is the second commission of the Wembley Park Street Art Project, an ongoing programme transforming spaces across Wembley Park with different installations, showcasing a variety of the world’s greatest street artists. 


Get here early and grab a bite to eat from the London Designer Outlet. With over 20 restaurants and bars you will be spoilt for choice. If that’s not enough to keep you entertained,  do some shopping  at one of the 50 outlet stores where you can get up to 70% off high street prices!



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.



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

Street performers, buskers, majorettes and much, more this summer in Wembley Park. Come down and enjoy this programme of free events.

Let’s be honest: running can be a bit of a drag. You know it, we know it, everybody knows it. So why not add a little colour to your run? The Color Run comes to Wembley Park on June 8. Are you ready?

Ever wanted to learn the art of woodcarving? Or fancy making your mark literally? Well now you can, this summer there will be a range of art workshops for you to get involved with in Wembley park .


 Boxpark Wembley will be opening in late 2018 and will be the biggest Boxpark in London to date. Find out more 

Opening in 2018 Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre  will bring a range of shows plus a great bar and social space. 

Wembley Park now has 26 affordable artists studio and a budding new creative community. Find out more