Sunshine in Market Square in Wembley Park

Things to do in Wembley Park

Wembley Park is London’s creative retail and dining hub, home to some of the best shopping, restaurants, and entertainment in the capital.

If you’re at a loose end, Wembley Park is the place to be.

Save the date - London's hottest new event in the antiques calendar is coming to Wembley Park on Wednesday 24th November. Located in the Pink Car Park, the very best of the South-East most exciting traders will be under one roof, where you can find antiques to collectables, salvage, vintage homeware, jewellery, furniture and more. Click here to find out more.
Ps. It's also free entry!

Wembley Park is home to dozens of eateries, casual restaurants, street food kiosks, and a few upmarket bistros. No matter what you and your party feel like eating, there is something fresh and tasty on offer at Wembley Park. From independent local offerings to international chains, you’ll satisfy your cravings.

The sky is truly the limit when it comes to places to eat in Wembley Park - do you feel like home-cooked Caribbean food from Mama Jacq’s tonight, or do you prefer an Italian meal of pizza and pasta at Zizzi? Grab a hoagie from Gabagool’s, or sit down to a three-course meal at The Association at the Hilton Wembley Park.

Shopping at Wembley Park is amongst the best in London. From the artisan goods at the Wembley Park Market to the fantastic deals at The London Designer Outlet, be prepared to get lost in some retail therapy.

The London Designer Outlet is home to some of the world’s biggest brands – Nike, Adidas, H&M, Superdry, and more – offering discounted prices, all in a stylish open-air shopping complex. Whether you’re in the market for fashion, homewares, beauty, electronics, or toys, you’re spoiled for choice. Be sure to check out their latest competitions and offers for discounts and a chance to win great prizes.

Locals and visitors alike love Wembley Park Market for its speciality groceries, handmade gifts, and eco-friendly housewares. It’s wonderful when you can feel good about your shopping choices, knowing that your money is benefitting local artisans and ethical businesses.

If you’re looking for some new greenery to ‘spruce’ up your home, check out London House Plants, or swing into The Dried Flower Shop for beautifully understated arrangements. Eco-conscious fashionistas love the zero-waste clothing at House of Bilimoria, while The Kimono Company offers upcycled vintage kimonos.

Did you know that some of the world’s most exciting art is on display outdoors? The Wembley Park Art Trail features fifteen installations, sure to pique your curiosity and dazzle your senses. Best of all, it’s completely free. The artworks change regularly, so whenever you visit, you’re treated to a different experience.

With all that shopping and socialising, you’re sure to work up a thirst. Wembley Park is home to several stylish bars and comfortable pubs where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy a tipple. Watch the world go by at the White Horse, a Fuller’s gastropub in the heart of the action, or sip a martini at the Troubadour Theatre’s big, sociable bar.

Pop Golf is the newest Wembley Park attraction - a wild crazy golf experience that blends pop music hits with challenging sport. Do you have what it takes to beat your friends at nine holes of Pop Golf?

Can you think of a more fun way to relieve some stress and flex your athletic muscles than throwing an axe? Bad Axe Wembley Park, located in Boxpark, is the world’s largest urban axe throwing company. Gather some friends, grab an axe, and find out if you have what it takes to master this classic Canadian pastime.

Virtual reality allows you to step outside of space and time and immerse yourself in other worlds. meetspace VR is London’s best VR experience, coming to you from an award-winning team. Battle the baddies, bond with friends, and have the time of your life.

Wembley Park is home to plenty of enticing green space, sociable squares, and pocket parks, all beckoning on a sunny day. Kids (and kids at heart) love all of the parks and play equipment dotted throughout the area, so make sure you set aside some time for play.

Is there anything better than a great cup of coffee? Wembley Park is one of the best places in London for coffee lovers, home to a wide array of coffee shops. From small independent kiosks to major international chains, Wembley Park coffee is legendary. Sample espresso from local heroes Black Sheep Coffee and Boki, or have a Starbucks barista whip you up a legendary frappuccino.

Bread Ahead is one of the country’s leading bakeries, known for their award-winning sourdough doughnuts, bread, and baked goods. They have hosted their baking courses online throughout the lockdowns, but now they’re getting ready to open for in-person classes. Learn to make traditional New York bagels, Chinese steamed buns, and gorgeous pizza dough.