The Luminaze in Wembley Park by Emergency Exit Arts





The Luminaze

Wander through The Luminaze and get lost in its neon lights and art installations.

This winter, a brand-new light-based interactive maze is heading to Wembley Park to wow visitors of all ages. From 2nd December 2023 to 2nd January 2024, The Luminaze will take revellers on a magical festive journey with cutting-edge neon installations and a specially curated soundscape.

The star of the show, in the middle of The Luminaze features Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) and light wizards, Illuminos' stunning 4 metre installation, The Hourglass - an audio-visual sculpture is designed to deliver stories through animations and audio. For Wembley Park, brand-new bespoke artwork will bring The Hourglass to life, with local champions and artists.

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  • Location:

    Samovar Space, Olympic Way, Wembley Park, Wembley, UK
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  1. Do I need to pre-book The Luminaze?

    No. The Luminaze is completely free and there is no need to book any tickets. Just turn up and enjoy.

  2. When is best to enjoy The Luminaze?

    The Luminaze is open 12pm - 8pm and can be enjoyed whether day or night. We recommend coming after 4pm when the lights will really pop against Wembley Park's night sky.

  3. Is The Luminaze accessible?

    Yes. The Luminaze is full accessible. All pathways are wide enough for wheelchairs, mobility scoots and buggies. The Luminaze is also on flat ground with no slopes or steps.

  4. What ages can enjoy The Luminaze?

    The Luminaze is perfect for all ages.

  5. Are there flashing lights?

    No. The Luminaze contains no flashing lights.

  6. Can I take pictures/videos in The Luminaze?

    Yes. Pictures and videos are highly encouraged - and we would love to see them! Make sure you tag @wembleyparkldn or use #wembleypark when uploading to social media for your chance to feature on our channels.

  7. Where is The Luminaze?

    The Luminaze will be head at the bottom of Olympic Way, on top of our painted floor mural.

  8. How do I get to Wembley Park?

    Wembley Park is accessible via car, train, tube and bus. You can find out more about getting to Wembley Park here.

  9. Is The Luminaze outside?

    Yes. The Luminaze is fully outside, so we recommend weather appropriate clothing.

Winter in Wembley Park

Wrap up warm and enjoy the fresh festive air in Wembley Park this winter. Wonder around our festive markets to pick up the perfect artisan gift. Catch some live choirs and music with a warming tipple. Explore new art installations, grab a bite to eat with special yuletide menus and more. Winter in Wembley Park is the place to be for festive spirit.