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

Open House London: Wembley Park - Public Art Trail

Learn about Wembley Park's vibrant public art commissions from Wembley Park's own Cultural Director.

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The tours will showcase Wembley Park’s distinctive collection of public art, which is transforming the neighbourhood’s bridges, steps, foyers, public squares and everything in between into open-air canvases.

Tour one - 10:30am to 12pm

Tour two - 12:30pm to 2pm

As part of Open House London, Quintain, the award-winning team behind the £3bn regeneration of Wembley Park, will host a series of guided tours, which will showcase how dramatically Wembley Park has changed over the years and what the future holds for the area.

Join the creative teams at Quintain and the designers working at Wembley Park on a fascinating journey, taking you through the past, present and future of this 85-acre site around Wembley Stadium, which is rapidly becoming a major new destination and neighbourhood for London.

Tour highlights will include visits to the Spanish Steps to see Frank Styles' "One in Four", Wembley Park Boulevard to see Jason Bruges "Shadow Wall", and behind closed doors to see Vivien Zheng's "Cartographer's Fugue".

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  1. Where will I meet the group?

    The official meeting point is in Market Square, by the orange benches opposite Sainsbury's at Brent Civic Centre.

  2. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

    No, everyone is welcome, but children under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.

  3. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    Travel Info: Wembley Park is extremely well connected with three stations, three tube lines, Overground and two National Rail lines.


    Wembley Park Station

    Baker Street to Wembley Park (12 minutes) Jubilee Line.

    Aldgate Underground Station to Wembley Park Station (36 minutes) Metropolitan Line.

    North Greenwich Underground Station to Wembley Park Station (34 minutes) Jubilee Line.

    Elephant & Castle, Bakerloo line to Bakers Street Underground Station Tube, Metropolitan line to Wembley Park Underground Station (30 minutes).

    Wembley Central Station

    Paddington Bakerloo Line (23 minutes)


    Clapham Junction (22 minutes)


    Wembley Park is served by two overland lines; Chiltern Railways and Southern Railways.

    Chiltern Railways, from Wembley Stadium Station, offers access to Marylebone in just 9 minutes.

    Southern Railways, from Wembley Central Station, offers access to Watford Junction in just 14 minutes.

    National Rail -


    Wembley Park bus routes -

    The following buses connect Wembley Park and the local area of Wembley and further afield.

    223 Kenton & Harrow to Wembley

    245 Golders Green to North Wembley

    83 Ealing to Golders Green

    92 Ealing to Brent Park

    PR2 Wembley Park to Willesden Junction

    182 Harrow Weald to Brent Cross

    For more information visit TFL Accessible Buses or please call London Buses customer services on 0845 300 7000.

  4. What can I bring to the event?

    No specific equipment is required, although we advise bringing suitable headgear and soft drinks to keep cool and hydrated during the walk, as the weather is set to be warm and most of the walk will be outdoor. The tour will be socially distanced, but we recommend that you have a mask with you should the tour pass through the indoors.

  5. How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

    Please email if you have any questions about the event.

  6. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

    You will need to bring a copy of your registration, either printed or on your smartphone.

  7. Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?