Playbox at BOXPARK Wembley in Wembley Park

It’s a blast to play in Wembley Park

After a long winter and spring of lockdowns, we’re all eager to get out into the world and play.

There are plenty of fun things to do in Wembley Park, from play parks for kids to the latest blockbuster films and from axe-throwing to virtual reality adventuring. What will you do this summer in Wembley Park?

There are always new things to do at Wembley Park - Pop Golf is the latest addition to BOXPARK. Dazzling neon and ‘80s and ‘90s décor add to the challenge, with each hole themed with pop hits and banging tunes. Best of all, it’s indoors, so even if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you can still have a blast.

Have you ever thrown at axe for fun and sport? Now you can follow in the footsteps of great Canadian lumberjacks and test your aim, strength, and skill. Bad Axe, located in BOXPARK, is the largest axe throwing venue in Europe. During your two-hour session, you can sip on craft beer and ciders, and even bring in delicious food from BOXPARK street food vendors.

Do you really want to feel like you’re a kid at play again? Head to meetSpace VR, and immerse yourself in a world of magic and realistic adventure. Get your adrenaline pumping as you and up to seven friends battle the baddies, explore new worlds, and roam unknown landscapes. meetSpace is one of the most advanced purveyors of virtual reality experiences in London – it’s the perfect antidote to the lockdown blues.

How does a few games of fussball, shuffleboard, glowpong, pool, and beerpong sound? Now add a fully stocked bar into the mix – does it sound even better? We can’t talk about things to do in Wembley Park without mentioning the legendary Playbox, a world of sportsmanship and the start of many a wild night out. Seriously – if you’re looking to play, it’s right in the name: Playbox is what you’re after.

There’s nothing like seeing a film in the cinema. The lights are dark, the sound is booming, and the screen is multiple stories tall. Best of all, you’re never tempted to ‘double screen’ it and look at your phone. The result is a fully immersive entertainment experience that ensures you see the film the way it was meant to be seen. Cineworld is one of the perennially popular things to do in Wembley Park – have you booked your tickets?

Kids seem to have a sixth sense for new play parks – they’re always exciting to try new parks and have a blast. That’s why Wembley Park is such a fun place to visit with your little ones. You get to shop, dine, and socialise, while they will go wild for the adventurous local playgrounds.

For children who fancy themselves intrepid explorers, head to the all-weather play park opposite London Designer Outlet. It’s a fully covered epic adventure that will keep them happy for hours. Suitable for ages 12 and younger, this popular playground features a slide, shoot, foundation, and two iconic climbing frame towers.

Want something a bit more chilled out, maybe while you sip a coffee and chat with friends? Head to Elvin Gardens, where your kids will climb for hours around the honeycomb frame.

Playful, fun, and friendly – Wembley Park

No matter if you’re out for an epic night with mates or a chill afternoon with the kiddies, Wembley Park is a blast. Remember – you’re never too old to play.