Visit Wembley this spring
Spring is fast approaching which can only mean one thing, goodbye to the freezing cold winter weather and hello sunshine. Everyone can finally come out of hibernating under their blankets and enjoy the sweet sunshine. Wembley is a great place to start your spring adventures; we have created a guide for the top places to visit in this area.
Wembley Stadium Tour
Wembley Stadium is the largest stadium in the UK, home to England’s football club and the prestigious FA Cup. A tremendous 90,000 people can fit within the terraces of the colossal arena, presenting not only sporting events, but world famous artists and entertainers whom have rocked the stage, bringing in five million visitors each year. Wembley Stadium provides tours, which will take you in the footsteps of legends as you explore behind the scenes of the largest sports and music venue. Tours start from just £14 and kids under five go free.
If you’re a gadget fan, then the VR champions is the place for you. VR Champions is the first virtual reality arcade to hit London. Whether you want to have some fun on the drums, or going to famous landmarks around the world, you can do it all from the safety of VR Champions. Their specifically built VR bays cater for up to four people, so you can have fun alone or with friends!
The SSE Arena, Wembley
The SSE Arena, Wembley is London’s renowned concert and events venue with state of the art facilities, and is part of a winning partnership with SSE and Wembley Park. It has a fantastic calendar of world class entertainment featuring all the big names in sport, music, comedy and family entertainment. Upcoming events include Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment, Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience, Jason Derulo and much more.
London Museum of Water and Steam
Discover the story of London’s water supply, with an interactive waterworks gallery and working historic engines. With hands-on experiences, you are certain to discover and learn about London’s water supply with the story unfolding right before your eyes. Investigate old cogs and historic engines, and hear the true hustle and bustle of a working water supply engine. Jump aboard London’s only narrow gauge railway and take in the local surroundings. London Museum of water and steam is an ideal day spent exploring and discovering.
London Designer Outlet
If shopping is your passion then London Designer Outlet is the place for you. A world class shopping, eating and leisure destination, where you are sure to find some amazing discounts. With over 50 outlets, and a multi-screen cinema, there’s something for everyone. From fashion and lifestyle through to gadgets and gifts, you’ll find some of the best deals from top high street retailers at a modern complex in Wembley Park. On Sundays, you can visit Wembley Market, England’s largest Sunday Market.
There is no better feeling than to rest your head after a long day of either shopping at the London Designer Outlet or watching a sporting event at Wembley Stadium. The Bull is in easy reach of Wembley Stadium and its surroundings. Less than a 30 minute drive away from the stadium itself or a direct Chiltern Railway train from Gerrards Cross to Wembley in less than 15 minutes. Book your stay at least 5 days in advance and save up to 20%! We’ll even throw in a free drink voucher to spend at the bar when booking direct.
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