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What to do in Wembley?
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Wembley is a north-western suburb of London, that is located in the London Borough of Brent. It lies 13 kilometres from Charing Cross. This is one of the popular places in London, mainly due to the fact that Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena that host many events are here, but there are also other kinds of entertainment. Below you can find a selection of the most interesting places that are available here.

Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is a stadium located in London’s Wembley. It is the national stadium of England and was built in place of the Old Wembley, which stood on the same site from 1923 to 2003. The new Wembley opened in 2007, and the first match on it was held on March 24, 2007. The new Wembley is one of the most expensive sports facilities ever developed. The investment cost almost 760 million pounds. Matches at Wembley are played mostly by the England football team. Furthermore the final match of FA Cup and English League Cup racing was held here, matches of rugby and American football and many musical events.

Wembley Arena
Wembley Arena is a hall in London’s Wembley commune London Borough of Brent. The building stands just opposite the Wembley Stadium. It was built in 1934 for the British Empire Games. Wembley Arena has been renewed with Wembley Stadium as part of the revitalization of Wembley area. Renovation cost 35 million pounds and it was opened to the public on April 2, 2006 during a Depeche Mode concert. Today many different kinds of events are held here, such as world-famous musicians concerts, sports events and other events.

White Horse Bridge
This is one of the landmarks of Wembley – an impressive pedestrian bridge with a length of 50 meters, which combines Wembley Stadium and Wembley town centre.

The Wembley Lion
It is one of the interesting sculptures located in Wembley. It was mounted in Wembley Hill Road in July 2014. It commemorates the 90th anniversary of the British Empire Exhibition. Concrete lion was saved from the walls of the building of BEE.

Neasden Temple and Ealing Road Temple
Neasden Temple (BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir) is a true architectural gem, which is also a popular tourist attraction. This unique temple was built of marble and limestone. Ealing Road Temple (Shri Sanatan Hindu Mandir) is also an impressive building, which impresses with its beautiful carvings.

Churchill’s Underground Bunker
This attraction will definitely appeal to all fans of history.

Of course, Wembley has also other kinds of points of interest. You can visit the popular restaurants here, for example: Allso Thai, Wembley Tandoori, Ni Hao Restaurant, Nando’s Wembley, Sugar Mill Desserts. Also there is a variety of pubs that offer real ales and snacks – The Green Man Pub and Hotel, Mannions, The Black Horse, Flannery’s Bar are just a few of them.

Wembley has a lot of interesting attractions for tourists and residents of this area in London. With our Wembley Escorts they will certainly be even more fascinating!