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Travel Advice

The area around North/North West London gets incredibly congested on the event days at Wembley Stadium. Therefore, Wembley Parking Services has compiled some thoughts to help people who don't know the area well. However, the situation may change due to unforeseen circumstances and therefore it is adviasable to follow the travel bulletins on the radio.

Travel Advice

1) Congestion Charge – Wembley Parking Services is often asked about the Congestion Charge. Wembley is more than 10 miles from the Congestion Zone and therefore do not pay Congestion Charge.

2) If going to a midweek event, the travel around Wembley will always be worse. Give yourself plenty of time.

3) On M25 (travelling from East) and M1 there are certain signs that tell you to Exit at Junction 16 on M25 for Wembley. Ignore these signs because if you are coming from these directions, you will increase the journey time by over an hour. Click here for the directions to the Car Park from M1.

4) If travelling from South West England (West Country, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, etc.) don’t travel up M3/M4 to North Circular as this will take longer because of the traffic. Exit at M25 and then take M40. Exit at A4127 (Greenford Road) and then turn right onto A404 (Harrow Road) which will bring you into Wembley and close to our Car Park.

Wembley Parking Services wishes you a safe journey to Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena.