With three stations, three tube lines, rail lines and plenty of secure parking, Wembley Park is incredibly well-connected, and a breeze to get to and from central London.

By tube

With three stations and three tube lines, Wembley Park is incredibly well-connected, and a breeze to get to and from central London. The Jubilee Line offers access to Wembley Park in 19 minutes from Bond Street 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 is accessed from Wembley Central Station and offers access to Clapham Junction in 22 minutes.

Plan your visit with TFL

By train

You can get regular, fast, direct trains to Wembley Stadium station with Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways. If you're coming to Wembley Park from Central London, catching a Chiltern Railways train from Marylebone will only take 9 minutes. To plan your visit and see live train times, click here. Southern Railways offers direct access to Wembley Central station from Watford Junction (14 minutes), Milton Keynes (55 minutes) and Birmingham (120 minutes). Check out the National Rail website for more information here.

By car

Wembley Park is easily accessed by car and has over 3,000 secure parking spaces starting at just £1. If you're visiting Wembley Park for an event at Wembley Stadium or The SSE Arena, Wembley, we recommend booking at one of our car parks in advance. You can do there here. To reach Wembley Park by car, use the postcode HA9 0FA in your Sat Nav. Or just follow signs for Wembley Stadium when you reach the A406 North Circular from the M1, A40 or M25. If you’re driving from central London, drive up the Harrow Road (A404) north west until you reach Paddington Station, then take the A40. When you reach Wembley Central Station, turn right onto Wembley Hill Road and follow the signs.

Wembley Park Parking Rates

From 15th June 2020, Wembley Park is offering your first 3 hours of parking in the Red and Yellow car park free of charge – please use the machines located in the car parks (excludes event days). If you plan to travel to London Designer Outlet by car , the multi-storey Red car park is the closest, right next by the main entrance to the LDO.

Free parking is available only if you park for less than 3 hours. If you exceed 3 hours you will be charged £1 per hour for the entire period. See the full Wembley Park parking rates below:

  • 0 – 3 hours: free if you leave before 3 hours is exceeded
  • Up to 4 hours: £4
  • Up to 5 hours: £5
  • Up to 6 hours: £6
  • Up to 8 hours: £10
  • Up to 12 hours: £12
  • Over 12 hours – 24 hours: £24