- 1 Where can I park for free at Wembley?
- 2 Is there parking at Wembley Stadium?
- 3 Which station is best for Wembley Stadium?
- 4 How much is parking in Wembley outlet?
- 5 Can I park today Wembley?
- 6 Is Wembley Stadium in the congestion zone?
- 7 Can you take your own food into Wembley Stadium?
- 8 Where can I park for Wembley Euro 2020?
- 9 How do I contact Wembley Stadium?
- 10 What can you take into Wembley Stadium?
- 11 How far is Wembley from train station?
- 12 How long does it take to get out of Wembley?
- 13 How much is parking at Swindon Designer Outlet?
Where can I park for free at Wembley?
Wembley Park is offering your first 3 hours of parking in the Red and Yellow car park free of charge when you validate your ticket at any BOXPARK bar and show a valid BOXPARK Black Card.
Is there parking at Wembley Stadium?
On-site parking at Wembley Stadium is shared with Wembley Arena, and there are both large surface and multi-storey car parks. For specific event parking in the on-site car parks, visitors are encouraged to pre-book. Parking is available 24 hours a day on these days, and at a quite attractive hourly rate.
Which station is best for Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Park tube station is in the heart of Wembley Park, only 10 minutes walk to Wembley Stadium and The SSE Arena, Wembley, 15 minutes walk to London Designer Outlet and 5 minutes walk to BOXPARK Wembley.
How much is parking in Wembley outlet?
We recommend you arrive early to avoid the crowds. On event days London Designer Outlet guests spending more than £40 at LDO’s shops, restaurants and/or Cineworld Wembley will (subject to availability) be able to park for the normal tariff of £1 per hour for the first six hours (offer excludes pre-booked parking).
Can I park today Wembley?
In controlled parking zones within the Wembley Stadium Event Day Protective Parking Scheme area the restrictions are 8am to midnight, with exceptions of zone ‘SA’ which is 10am to midnight and zone ‘T’ which operates 24/7. The best way to visit Wembley Stadium is to plan your journey by public transport.
Is Wembley Stadium in the congestion zone?
The congestion charge zone applies within central London only, during Mon-Fri working hours. Wembley is in outer London – it is not part of the charging zone.
Can you take your own food into Wembley Stadium?
Food and drink can’t be taken inside the stadium. But there will be plenty of options to choose from once you’re inside. If you have to take something for medical reasons, you need to contact the customer service team ahead of your matchday (at least three days before the match).
Where can I park for Wembley Euro 2020?
For the easiest journey, please park at an Underground station north of Wembley on the Metropolitan, Jubilee, Overground or Bakerloo lines, such as Amersham, Stanmore or Watford Junction, and continue your journey to the stadium by rail.
How do I contact Wembley Stadium?
If you sign in, you can use our contact form to send us an enquiry directly. If you are not a member please call 0800 783 1440 or click here to request a call back.
What can you take into Wembley Stadium?
How many bags can each person bring into the stadium? One small bag per person that does not exceed A4 size (210mm x 210mm x 297mm) per person. All match day merchandise purchases will be supplied in a clear plastic bag in line with this policy and will be admissible in addition to the above.
How far is Wembley from train station?
The stadium is about ten minutes’ walk from all three stations.
How long does it take to get out of Wembley?
Hey, worst comes to worst you will be out of the stadium in 25-30mins max. If you are avoiding the walk to the tube station then I would recommend you take the exit that leads to wembley central overground station which is lil less crowded and easy to approach than the tube station.
How much is parking at Swindon Designer Outlet?
Cameras are in use and fines will be issued by Swindon Borough Council. Our car park fees are £1 for 0 – 5 hours, £12 for 5 – 12 hours and free if you spend over £100.