How to get around Wembley
As Wembley is home to such prestigious sporting and entertainment venues, you’d expect nothing less than fantastic transport links, and that’s exactly what you get. You’ll find no less than three tube stations in the area – North Wembley and Wembley Central on the Bakerloo Line, and Wembley Park on the Metropolitan and Jubilee lines. In practise, this means that from Wembley Park Tube Station, you can reach Madame Tussauds at Baker Street Tube Station in just 12 minutes. The country's best shops on Oxford Street (via Oxford Circus Station) are a simple 15 minute journey away, while the Houses of Parliament at Westminster can be reach in 20 minutes!
NCP parking is available near Wembley Stadium, the nearest being at Hillingdon Underground Station. On Stadium event days, pre-booking is necessary. Other car parks are available, but be warned, spaces go quickly on event days!
Black cabs are always in plentiful supply so they can be hailed in the street or on the dedicated cab ranks. In addition, there are plenty of taxi companies in the area. These include Radio Cars on Preston Road, L.A. Cars on Alperton Lane, 2000 Transport on Ealing Road, Triangle Cars & Couriers on High Road Wembley and Angel Cars on St John’s Road. These are all close to the tube stations in the district.
Wembley On Foot
Wembley is a fairly large district, so you’ll be hard pressed to find many attractions outside of Wembley that are easy to walk to. However, if you do enjoy the odd leisurely stroll you could always take the plunge and head out exploring some of the fantastic parks in the local vicinity. If you start from Wembley Central Tube Station you could get to Fryent Country Park in nearby Kingston, Gladstone Park in Dollis Hill, Northwick Park and even Harrow On The Hill in just under an hour. Just remember to pack up a picnic and make the trip worthwhile!