Christmas in Technicolour
Winterfest 2019 has now, unfortunately, ended.
The incredible season saw our first immersive winter lights trail, with 10 unique light and sound installations across our neighbourhood. And it was totally free to explore!
We hope you enjoyed and are looking forward to the next one. #WembleyPark
To relive Winterfest, make sure you check out our video.
Christmas in Technicolour
Experience Wembley Park’s first-ever immersive winter lights trail. Artists from all over the world have curated light and sound artworks that will transform Wembley Park into an immersive playground of unique art installations, combining light, sound and touch into a truly multi-sensory experience.
From the acclaimed Sonic Runway, making its European debut in London’s newest cultural neighbourhood via Nevada’s Burning Man festival, to London’s tallest-ever LED light Christmas Tree, get ready to be enveloped by a technicolour trail of lights and interactive sounds.
Winterfest will see Wembley Park transformed into a festival of light as 12 installations brighten up the neighbourhood this Christmas. Check out our top three must-see’s below.
Whilst You’re Here
Explore everything Wembley Park has to offer this winter.
Learn more about the Wembley Park experience.
With theatre experiences, festive feasts and so much more, make sure you don’t miss what North West London’s lifestyle hotspot has in store for you.
FAME at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre
Robbie Williams at The SSE Arena, Wembley
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Virtual Reality at Boxpark Wembley
Plan Your Visit
Only 12 minutes from Central London, Wembley Park is extremely well connected with Underground, National Rail, Bus, and Overground connections. Ample parking is also available in both the Yellow and Red Parking.
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.
Is this free?
Yes, it is free to view and interact with the light and sound installations.
Is there an age restriction?
Winterfest is a family-friendly event and there is no age restriction on attendees.
Are there bathrooms?
Yes, there will be public restrooms for the evening with signage marking them out on the night. You may also find public restrooms within the Brent Civic Centre and inside the London Designer Outlet.
How do I get to Wembley Park?
You can get to Wembley Park by the tube or the bus. Only 12 minutes from Baker Street, the closest tube station is Wembley Park and Wembley Central is also a short stroll away from Arena Square. Click here to find out more.
Will there be parking?
Yes, there is plenty of parking in Wembley Park. Click here to find out about our car parks and fees.
Is the event accessible?
Yes, Wembley Park is fully accessible.
What time do the lights switch off?