Things to do
Wembley Stadium hosts some of the UK's biggest sporting events and concerts. Premiership soccer championships, England national team soccer matches, and an NFL football game take place annually. Some of the world's most popular musicians, such as Bruce Springsteen and Rihanna, have performed here. If your visit coincides with an event that interests you, try to get tickets; You can also take a stadium tour.
The SSE Arena, Wembley (formerly known as Wembley Arena) is the UK’s most iconic entertainment venue. With a rich history that goes back to its days as the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, the building has played host to numerous events including the 1948 and 2012 Olympics
The famous stage has been graced by the likes of Madonna, David Bowie, The Who, Dolly Parton, Stevie Wonder, Prince, and even The Beatles and Rolling Stones who shared the same bill. Adding to a glowing reputation for ice shows, the venue has hosted TNA Wrestling, Snooker Finals, Premier League Darts, Indoor Hockey Finals and the International Strongman Championships in recent years.
London’s new creative district. The 85-acre site being transformed into a destination alive with activity, people and opportunities. Already home to Wembley Stadium, The SSE Arena and London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park is becoming one of London’s best destination to live, work and visit.
Discover London’s only fashion and lifestyle outlet centre, boasting an unparalleled selection of designer outlet shops and much more.
There’s so much to see and do at London Designer Outlet (LDO) in Wembley Park, and we don’t want you to miss a thing during your visit. LDO is situated next to The SSE Arena and steps from world-famous Wembley!
London's Camden Town offers an eclectic mix of markets, cuisines and live music venues. Today, visitors and locals gather here to hunt for treasures in Camden's markets, stroll by Regent's Canal, sample cuisine from around the world and listen to live music.
Oxford Street the UK's favorite High Street has more than 300 retailers from designer outlets to department stores and is the most visited shopping street in Europe. With its heady mix of unrivaled shopping, fascinating history, captivating architecture, mouth-watering cuisine and unbeatable deals there's nowhere better than London's Oxford Street.