Nestled between Wembley Stadium and OVO Arena Wembley, Arena Square is the same size as Leicester Square. It hosts Europe's largest interactive fountain and is home to the Square of Fame which holds handprints of famous artists who have played here. It’s a great place to grab a bite to eat and enjoy the lightshow.
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About Wembley Park
Wembley Park, has a unique event heritage, from the 1924 Empire Exhibition, to the 1966 World Cup, Live Aid and the recent sell-out concerts from the likes of Ed Sheeran and Fleetwood Mac. Wembley Park is embracing this reputation and building on this and rapidly becoming a new creative hub.
Today the 85-acre site currently comprises OVO Arena Wembley; London Designer Outlet, which includes 70 high street outlet stores, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a nine‐screen Cineworld cinema; a 361-room four star Hilton hotel, and 1,400 new homes. Brent Civic Centre was built in 2012 and Wembley Stadium, owned by the FA Group, is a close neighbour.
This new creative district has 2,000 homes for rent, managed by Quintain Living, Quintain’s lifestyle-focused rental management company, designed with an easy life in mind. Apartments with no fees, ready to go utilities and broadband included. Plus stylish social spaces and tireless service team who are on hand to make renter’s everyday lives as hassle-free as possible. As well as new homes Wembley Park will also benefit from one million square feet of office and workspace.
Wembley Park is also home to London’s largest Boxpark to date, 26 affordable artist studios, a new flexible 1,000 -2,000 seat theatre, a school and major investment in new parks and public realm, which will bring the total area of open spaces to around 42 acres.
Wembley Park also has excellent transport connections to central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan tube lines from Wembley Park and overground from Wembley Stadium station. It is just nine minutes from Marylebone and 12 minutes from Baker Street, and recently welcomed the Night Tube.
About Wembley Stadium
The venue of legends.
Wembley Stadium is England’s National football stadium located in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England. It opened in 2007 and was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. The earlier Wembley stadium, originally called the Empire Stadium, was often referred to as "The Twin Towers" and was one of the world's most famous football stadiums until its demolition in 2003.
The 90,000-capacity venue is the second-largest stadium in Europe and serves as England's national stadium. It is the home venue of the England national football team, and hosts the latter stages of the top-level domestic club cup competition, the FA Cup. It is owned by English football's governing body, The Football Association (The FA), through their subsidiary Wembley National Stadium Ltd (WNSL).
The London Designer Outlet
OVO Arena Wembley is just steps away from the 20 coffee shops, restaurants and 50 outlet shops at London Designer Outlet (LDO), London’s leading fashion and lifestyle outlet centre.
LDO’s outlet shops are open from 10am until late seven days a week. Offering year-round savings of up to 70% on famous brands such as Nike, Kurt Geiger, Converse, Guess, GAP, M&S, Superdry, Clarks, The North Face, Adidas, Villeroy & Boch and Ernest Jones.
LDO has a great selection of eateries open for breakfast including Pret, Costa, Big Moe’s, Caffe Nero and Frankie & Benny’s, whilst the rest of our restaurants open at noon and close at 10:30pm (or later) every day. There’s a wide choice including Pizza Express, Cabana, Prezzo, Wagamama’s, Nando’s and Las Iguanas.
Even on an event day, guests spending more than £40 at LDO can park for just £1 an hour (up to six hours). For details, visitor’s guide, opening times and special offers please visit LondonDesignerOutlet.com.
Boxpark Wembley hosts an incredibly diverse selection of 20 street food vendors, so whether you're after a towering burger, fresh and imaginative bao buns or a sit-down Indian feast courtesy of a Michelin Star chef, Boxpark Wembley has you covered. Boxpark comes complete with three enormous bars and plenty of social seating.
Not only is Boxpark Wembley packed with incredible places to eat and drink, upstairs you'll find Playbox which is home to shuffleboard, table tennis, pool and table football. Recent additions to the 1st floor include a brand new Zero Latency Virtual Reality experience meetspaceVR and none other than Bad Axe Throwing, that’s right, go head to head with your mates throwing axes at large wooden targets.
If you're looking for somewhere a bit more intimate to dance the night away, the 300 capacity club room, Beatbox, hosts a range of events from Hits & Giggles to Hip-Hop Karaoke sating open until 1am Thursday to Saturday.
EAT. DRINK. PLAY.
About Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre
Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is a brand new flexible 1,000-2,000 seat capacity theatre, located in the heart of Wembley Park, within the former Fountain Studios. The studios are best known for housing the live televised shows including The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent and Pop Idol.
Working in collaboration with well-known and emerging production companies and artists to stage world-class entertainment within a flexible space unmatched by other London theatres, this state-of-the-art cultural destination also has a big sociable bar space.
The theatre is also home to a stylish new restaurant, Studio 5ive, offering the best in locally sourced dishes served within a modern setting. The restaurant offers dining for theatre-goers and the general public alike.