World famous among sport and music lovers for its iconic stadium and arena, Wembley is located within easy reach of central London, in Travelcard Zone 4. With its three stations, it’s served by the London Underground and Overground networks, from a choice of departure stations within central London. Wembley also has convenient intercity connections via Watford Junction and the West Coast Main Line to the Midlands and the North West.
Overground trains to Wembley stop at Wembley Stadium, Wembley Central or North Wembley. Wembley Stadium connects directly by footbridge to the venue complex, while Wembley Central, located on Wembley's High Street, is a short 10 minute walk away, with plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. North Wembley is located 25 minutes from the stadium on foot, or a bus ride away, but can be a useful option for busy event days.
London Overground services to North Wembley and Wembley Central stations are operated on behalf of Transport for London by Arriva, as part of the capital’s regional and commuter line network. Services to Wembley Stadium from London Marylebone are part of the Chiltern Railways timetable to High Wycombe, although higher-frequency loop services run on busy event days.
Trains to Wembley are a simple and hassle-free way to one of the UK’s most important sport and music destinations. Increased services on match days and the choice of rail travel options makes it easier to travel at busy times. And for travellers heading north, there are easy connections to Watford Junction station and its mainline services to the Midlands and the North West. Passengers can also avoid the stress of attempting to park in London when travelling by rail.
As well as the famous football stadium, Wembley boasts one of the UK’s biggest indoor arenas: Wembley Arena has hosted legendary bands for decades, and stages hundreds of shows a year. Both venues are in easy reach of the three stations. An extensive local bus network connects Wembley to northwest London, and there’s also a connection to the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines of the Underground at Wembley Park, allowing fans to recreate the iconic walk up to the stadium along Olympic Way. Passengers can also take advantage of the London Designer Outlet, where high-end stores offer massive discounts on their clothing.
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