Wembley Stadium in Wembley Park





Wembley Park Walkabout: Tollast Tours July Edition

Join Quintain's Head of Masterplanning, Julian Tollast, for a free all-access tour of Wembley Park and learn the lesser-known facts about the regeneration project.

Julian Tollast hosts a free tour around the neighbourhood for residents, visitors and workers alike to learn more about the Wembley Park regenration project, learning fun facts and key details about the iconic area. From delving into the neighbourhood's rich past, to discovering what the next phase is going to be, Tollast Tours are perfect for those interested in the Wembley Park of past, present and future.

Email to book your free slot here.

Meet at the foot of the Olympic Steps on Engineers Way - what3words ///simple.amuse.thanks

  • Date and time:

  • Location:

    Meet at the bottom of Olympic Steps in front of Wembley Stadium.
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Tollast Tours meeting point, bottom of Olympic Steps leading to Wembley Stadium
Tollast Tours meeting point, bottom of Olympic Steps leading to Wembley Stadium

About the Tour Leader

Julian Tollast is the Head of Masterplanning and Design for Quintain at Wembley Park and has been working on the project since 2005. Julian is also a former founding trustee of the National Park City Foundation.


  1. Where will I meet the group?

    The official meeting point is at the foot of the Olympic Steps on Engineers Way - what3words ///simple.amuse.thanks

  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 - http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/


    Wembley Park bus routes - https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/?cid=buses

    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.

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  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.

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

    Please email marketing@wembleypark.com if you have any questions about the event.