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The massive £1.09 billion stadium that has hosted some of the finest in sports and music is what first comes to mind when the name "Wembley" is mentioned. But the city is more than just a football mecca; it also has some of the city's most fascinating new attractions. Wembley, in the ceremonial county of Greater London to the north-west of London, England, was formerly mostly suburban and dreary, but after years of reconstruction, it has seen a comeback in popularity with young city-goers. Foodies and outdoor enthusiasts, in addition to football fans, now have a whole new reason to visit the area. Located around one mile northeast of the downtown area, Wembley Park is sometimes referred to be "London's most exciting cultural district" due to the presence of both Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena (now SSE Arena). Tree-lined boulevards and a bustling restaurant scene coexist with unique independent boutiques that are hard to locate elsewhere in the city. For a seamless trip, book your Wembley car hire in advance with Enjoy Travel!
Guide of Wembley
Wembley is located in northwest London, England, about 13 kilometres (or 8 miles) to the north-northwest of Charing Cross. Alperton, North Wembley, Preston, Sudbury, Tokyngton, and Wembley Park are some of the neighbourhoods that are a part of it. According to the 2011 census, there were approximately 102,856 people living in the area.
Climate in Wembley
Wembley has brief, pleasant, and partly cloudy summers and lengthy, very cold, windy, and overcast winters. Throughout the year, the temperature seldom drops below -2 degrees Celsius or rises over 28 degrees Celsius, averaging out to a comfortable 3 degrees Celsius in between. From late June to early September, Wembley is at its finest for outdoor activities.
Wembley’s “culture” is arguably synonymous with English football culture because it is home to the iconic Wembley Stadium. Wembley Stadium is widely regarded as one of the finest football venues in the world. It is the biggest stadium in the UK and one of the largest in the world, and it has hosted the finals of the Champions League and the World Cup.
Wembley has developed into a major industrial centre in recent decades. Mechanical and automotive engineering, as well as metallurgy and the production of metal parts, machine tools, and firearms, are of particular economic significance.
Things To Do in Wembley
Take a tour of the Wembley Stadium
The national stadium of England at Wembley is the largest sports venue in the United Kingdom and the second largest in the world, and it is home to the British football team. This incredible stadium, which has 90,000 seats and no obstructed views, should be at the top of your Wembley itinerary. Pay your respects to the twice-life-size bronze statue of Bobby Moore, England's 1966 World Cup-winning captain, as you approach the entrance. The 133-meter-tall arch above the north stand is the stadium's most intriguing feature. It is the world's longest single-span roof structure, spanning 315 metres and visible from all over London. The cutting-edge LED lighting system, as well as the light-sound synchronisation, will leave you speechless. The player's dressing room, tunnel, press room, and historical royal box are all must-sees.
Explore the Royal Air Force Museum
The Royal Air Force Museum is located on the outskirts of London, about an hour's drive from Wembley Stadium. It consists of five buildings and hangars inside the former Hendon Aerodrome that showcase the history of aviation and the RAF. Discovering the interactive exhibits, which include 60 aircraft, is a thrilling experience for aviation enthusiasts. The Hawker Typhoon, one of only two remaining Vickers Wellingtons, will take your breath away. Another impressive display is the S- Sugar Avro Lancaster bomber, which completed 137 missions during WWII. Although admission is free, you may be required to pay for exciting interactive experiences such as simulator rides or a seat inside the cockpit of the Spitfire.
See the Sanatan Temple
Wembley is home to a significant Asian/Indian British population, which means that it’s host to a number of temples and other cultural attractions. Another must-see attraction in Wembley is the Sanatan Hindu Temple. It attracts hundreds of devotees each year due to its magnificent architecture, which was built entirely of Indian limestone and completed over a 14-year period. Intricate carvings and paintings depict Hindu deities and other religious figures such as Guru Nanak and Saint Teresa. There are 41 Hindu god marble statues imported from India. You'll enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, which will put you at ease as you walk around. Later, grab a bite to eat at one of the delicious Asian food stalls located outside the premises.
Eating Out in Wembley
Wembley has a plethora of restaurants and pubs that serve a wide range of international cuisines. Here are a few of our favourites. Las Iguanas serves delectable Latin American fare. The trendy atmosphere, combined with foot-tapping salsa beats, will set the tone for an enjoyable evening. Xinxim, a chicken and crayfish curry, is a must-try. They also have some delectable vegan options on the menu. Studio 5ive at Troubador Wembley Park Theatre is ideal for a pre-show lunch or dinner. The exquisite décor and attentive service are priceless. You'll enjoy the mushroom arancini and boneless whole seabass. Try Indian Villa if you want to indulge in some rich Asian flavours. You provide generous portions at reasonable prices. will enjoy the delectable appetisers as well as the main course. Try the tiger prawns or the lamb tikka.
Wembley is served by London Heathrow Airport (LHR), the busiest airport in the UK, and one of the busiest international airports in the world. It is located 9.6 miles from Wembley.
Getting Around Wembley
Wembley offers excellent transportation options, including trains and three tube rail stations. There are extensive bus networks and taxi services. Most people, especially group travellers, believe hiring a car is the best way to get around a city. Hiring a car is the best option for time-pressed business travellers, honeymooners, families, and tour groups. Whatever your reason for travelling, we hope you love planning your trip with Enjoy Travel. Just keep in mind that on game days, if you are driving your own vehicle, you are aware of the parking restrictions near the stadium.