How to Get to Wembley: Tubes, Trains and Parking

10 Feb 2024 Alex

As the proud home of the legendary football ground, the London Designer Outlet and our Quintain Living apartments, Wembley is far more accessible than you might imagine. Navigating how to get to Wembley is simple - whether you’ve lived here your entire life or you’ve just moved in. With plenty of transport options to choose from, we’re here to help you get to know the easiest ways to get around Wembley Park. 


Getting to Wembley 


Getting to know a new neighbourhood is an exciting experience, especially if you’re renting for the first time! We know it’s not always easy to trust that you’re taking the right tube or walking the right way - which is why we’ve put together this handy guide. 

Home to an iconic stadium that seats up to 90,000 concert-goers and football fanatics alike, Wembley Park easily welcomes millions of guests each year. With that many people coming and going, Wembley’s connectivity is unrivalled to ensure your journey is seamless. 

Let’s dive into a few of visitors' most common questions when planning a visit to Wembley. 


What zone is Wembley Park?


Wembley Park falls in Zone 4 of London’s transport network. This means you can get into central London in as little as 15 minutes. Similarly, you'll be able to enjoy everything London has to offer while still having access to more green space and avoiding the hustle and bustle. 


What line is Wembley Park on? 


Wembley is conveniently positioned on two different Underground lines: the Jubilee and the Metropolitan. This accessibility makes it a prime location for visitors heading to the Stadium, especially on event days, but is also very convenient for residents of Quintain Living to get around speedily. 

There are also Overground services very nearby, making it an easy-to-get-to destination no matter where you are in the Big Smoke. Let’s take a closer look at the trains that could take you to Wembley.

Wembley park station with stairs

London Underground - Jubilee and Metropolitan line 


The Jubilee and Metropolitan lines both go from the Underground at Wembley - just a stone's throw from our apartments. 

The Jubilee Line connects major hubs like Westminster, Bond Street, London Bridge and Canary Wharf. From our stylish Quintain Living apartments, this line can easily get you to some of the biggest commuter and tourist spots in London. Plus you can scroll as you travel with 4G available in sections of the Jubilee line. 

The Metropolitan line, one of the most iconic and characterful lines, can get you to Baker street in 12 minutes. Further along are Euston and Kings Cross which are essential for those well needed breaks away from London. This line is the oldest underground railway in the world, first opening in 1863 and now extending out to 67 km of track and 34 stations. 


Wembley Stadium Rail Station 


If you’re a fan who’s ever attended the FA Cup Final, then you’re familiar with Wembley Stadium Rail Station. This is the closest railway to the stadium, just a 10 minute walk away. This station sits conveniently on the Chiltern Railways line, which offers swift access to London Marylebone. Further afield, you can easily get to Oxford and High Wycombe. This station sits directly below our New York loft style Ferrum building, so residents can hop on a train in minutes. 


Wembley Central Rail Station 


Wembley Central has multiple connections - the Bakerloo line, the London Overground and West Midlands Trains. On the Bakerloo line you can easily get to central stations such as Waterloo, Paddington and Oxford Circus. The overground can take you to Watford Junction and Euston, and West Midlands Trains can assist with broader connections elsewhere. 


Wembley parking: Is there parking at Wembley? 


Wembley Park offers convenient parking options, crucial for visitors attending events or exploring local attractions like Boxpark Wembley. Parking spaces, best booked in advance, cater to the influx of visitors coming from areas like London
Marylebone, given its proximity to the railway station. 

For those already living in Wembley, like our residents at Quintain Living, the perk of in-building parking is available at a minimal extra fee, making sure each resident has the ease of access and security they need. We also have vehicle charging points for those with electric cars. 

Getting to Wembley and enjoying its myriad of entertainment options and sporting events has never been easier, especially for Quintain Living residents who have the best of Wembley’s amenities at their front door. With real-time connectivity to London’s most happening neighbourhood, finding Wembley parking and navigating the area is a breeze. 

At Quintain Living, you can expect more than just an apartment; moving in means embracing a lifestyle choice perfect for those who value convenience, modern living and premium access to one of the city’s central hubs. Discover our beautiful buildings, like the new Repton Gardens, and experience the best that Wembley Park has to offer, today.

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