Better Together by Pref, mural in Wembley Park

Wembley Park Art Trail

Free public art exhibit

Working with leading artists and community contributors, Wembley Park's boulevards and areas are a vast free public gallery of art and culture. Enhancing the area’s global reputation for sport, music and live entertainment, our public art highlights Wembley Park as a diverse, distinctive and vibrant neighbourhood.

Our free art trail consists of 15 pieces across a number of mediums, including paints, digital mixed media and upcycled materials. Learn more about each artwork and its artist below.

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Discover Wembley Park's artworks

  1. Crossover by miriamandtom, artwork for Wembley Park

    Crossover by miriamandtom

    Learn more about miriamandtom's digital light installation, Crossover on Wembley Park's Bobby Moore Bridge.

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  2. Crossover by Miriamandtom featuring Bobby Moore Mural at Wembley Park

    Bobby Moore Bridge Tile Mural

    Dedicated to the legend himself, find out more about our Bobby Moore Bridge tile mural

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  3. Mr Doodle artwork in Wembley Park

    Mr Doodle

    Check out our Mr Doodle graffiti spaghetti upcycled cinder blocks in Wembley Park's Market Square

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  4. Fire & Water artwork by Suiko at Elvin Gardens in Wembley Park

    Fire and Water by Suiko

    Discover more about Japanese street artist Suiko's latest piece in Elvin Gardens, the dynamic and vibrant Fire and Ice

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  5. Tilia Tree Totems in Elvin Gardens at Wembley Park

    Tilia Tree Totems by Stephen Stockbridge

    Designed alongside Wembley Park residents, the upcycled Tilia Tree Totems are our latest community artwork piece

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  6. These Days by Dan Mitchell for the Brent Biennial in Wembley Park

    These Days by Dan Mitchell

    Discover more about our latest Spanish Steps artwork, One in Four by Frank Styles, co-commissioned with mental health charity, Mind

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  7. Legends Calling on Arena Square at Wembley Park

    Legends Calling by Louisa Smurthwaite

    Celebrating Brent heroes including George Michael and Twiggy, learn more Louisa Smurthwaite's Legends Calling

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  8. Kylie Minogue's handprints at the Square of Fame in Wembley Parl

    Square of Fame

    Check out Arena Square's answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Wembley Park's Square of Fame

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  9. One in Four by Frank Styles on the Spanish Steps at Wembley Park

    One in Four by Frank Styles

    Discover more about our latest Spanish Steps artwork, One in Four by Frank Styles, co-commissioned with mental health charity, Mind

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  10. Beton Ginnel Mural in Wembley Park

    Beton Ginnel Mural by Muzeo

    Learn more about Muzeo's team of artists interactive spacial piece, the Beton Ginnel Mural

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  11. Cartographer’s Fugue in The Hive

    Cartographer's Fugue by Vivien Zhang

    Inside The Hive, Vivien Zhang's oil art piece Cartographer's Fugue represents the flux of Wembley Park as a site

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  12. Better Together by Pref, mural in Wembley Parl

    Better Together by Pref

    Learn more about Brent-born Pref's opening highlight of the September's London Mural Festival, Better Together

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  13. Royal Wave by Jason Bruges in Wembley Park

    Royal Wave by Jason Bruges

    Check out Jason Bruges' mixed digital media piece Royal Wave, a bespoke lenticular wave generated from local residents

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  14. Ladies taking a photo with The Shadow Wall by Jason Bruges in Wembley Park

    Shadow Wall by Jason Bruges

    A fully interactive art piece by Jason Bruges, the Shadow Wall mimicks passers-by on a light-based canvas

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There’s more outdoor art to savour as Wembley Park launches a brand spanking new art trail, featuring 15 installations by artists including Louisa Smurthwaithe - whose work features red telephone boxes and Brent celebrities George Michael and Twiggy

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FAQs

  1. Is the art trail free?

    Yes! The art trail in Wembley Park is completely free

  2. How long will the art trail take?

    The art trail will take 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on your pace

  3. Is it accessible?

    Yes! The art trail and Wembley Park are both completely accessible

  4. Where is the best place to start?

    We recommend coming from Wembley Park tube station and starting with Crossover by miriamandtom, however you can start wherever you want

  5. How can I find out more about each piece?

    You can find out more about each piece from selecting the artwork above or using the QR codes located near each installation in Wembley Park

  6. Am I allowed to take photos?

    Of course! Please take as many pictures as possible - and we'd love to see them using @wembleyparkldn or #WembleyPark

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