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5 Wonderful Things To Do At Wembley Park This Christmas

Georgie Hoole Georgie Hoole - EXECUTIVE EDITOR

5 Wonderful Things To Do At Wembley Park This Christmas

Wembley Park has everything you need this festive season.

Wembley Park is a buzzing new area in north west London, boasting a multitude of designer stores, independent shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. We’ve rounded up the very best things to do in the area in the lead up to Christmas.

1. Immerse yourself in the Winterfest Christmas light trail

Photo: Chris Winter

Winterfest, Wembley Park’s first ever immersive winter light trail, features magical installations from artists all over the world. Combining lights, sound and touch, these artworks create an incredible, multi-sensory experience. Highlights include the acclaimed Sonic Runway, which has come straight from Nevada’s Burning Man Festival, and The Hopeful Tree, London’s tallest ever LED Christmas tree. Best of all, Winterfest is entirely free to visit.

2. Do some last minute shopping

Photo: Chris Winter

Wembley Park is an excellent spot for a shop, especially if you’re looking for some last minute Christmas presents. With 70 high street stores within the London Designer Outlet (LDO) and a great community of independent traders at Wembley Park Market, you’ll find everything from Kurt Geiger shoes to sustainable bamboo toothbrushes. Find out more here.

3. Eat some incredible food

Photo: @breadaheadbakery

Christmas is a time for stuffing your face—that’s why they call it the most wonderful time of the year—and Wembley Park certainly isn’t short of great places to eat. Head to Boxpark Wembley for cracking street food, dine at Pasta Remoli for incredible homemade pasta, or pop into Bread Ahead for doughnuts to die for! Discover all of these and more here.

4. Watch Fame at the theatre!

International smash-hit musical ‘Fame’ is extending its run and moving from the West End to Wembley Park! From December 21 to January 26, the award-winning show will run at the newly opened Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. Get your tickets here.

5. Catch a festive performance at The SSE Arena, Wembley

Get into the Christmas spirit with a visit to Wembley Park’s SSE Arena for a festive performance; from Robbie Williams’ Christmas Party to London Carols presented by the Hillsong Church. The SSE Arena is London’s second-largest indoor arena, so you can guarantee good vibes on a pretty big scale. See what’s on here.


Also published on Medium.