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    • solarstone
    • By solarstone 2nd May 06, 3:36 PM
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    Wembley Arena Parking
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    • 2nd May 06, 3:36 PM
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    Wembley Arena Parking 2nd May 06 at 3:36 PM
    Not sure this is the right area for this but I'll fire away.

    What is the best parking around Wembley arena for ease of access and getaway regardless of the price (not really moneysaving either !!).

    ta
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    Stately trees seem to brush the deep blue sky. Clouds billow to form magestic peaks. The songs of birds fill the air creating symphony upon symphony
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    • tanith
    • By tanith 2nd May 06, 4:02 PM
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    • 2nd May 06, 4:02 PM
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    • 2nd May 06, 4:02 PM
    There is parking at the Arena but of course if you park onsite you will have the usual exit problems... Around about the Wembley area there are residants parking only so I wouldn't think you would be able to park in the local streets..
    I am trying to think if there are any private car parks locally but with all the building works going on at present I am not sure what is still open and what is inaccessable now... sorry this really isn't much help.....
  • tonys
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    • 2nd May 06, 4:04 PM
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    • 2nd May 06, 4:04 PM
    You didn't say when you were going there or at what time.
    On Empire Way in front of the Arena part of the road has single yellow lines where you can park all day free on Sundays.
    The Arena and Conference Centre are surrounded by multi storey carparks that charge £6 per day. The hard bit is trying to leave at the same time as everyone else. Allow an hour to get out.
  • Lady S
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    • 2nd May 06, 7:52 PM
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    • 2nd May 06, 7:52 PM
    I have always parked in Wembaly Park train station car park, and walked through, last time I went it cost me £3.00 to park, and while it is a bit of a walk ( about a mile) we were out and on the M1 in no time at all.
    • solarstone
    • By solarstone 3rd May 06, 12:05 PM
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    • 3rd May 06, 12:05 PM
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    • 3rd May 06, 12:05 PM
    Cool thanks for those. It's 12th May in the evening for Santana. I think the railway station idea seems good... will give that a go.


    cheers
    Like a priceless jewel buried in dark layers of soil and stone, earth radiates her brilliant beauty into the caverns of space and time.

    Stately trees seem to brush the deep blue sky. Clouds billow to form magestic peaks. The songs of birds fill the air creating symphony upon symphony
    • carpy
    • By carpy 14th Jan 08, 11:17 AM
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    • 14th Jan 08, 11:17 AM
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    • 14th Jan 08, 11:17 AM
    i'm going to wembley on saturday morning to tour the stadium (11.30am) and then see the snooker at the arena (2pm).

    is there anywhere in that vicinity i can park for free? i don't mind a 15-20 minute walk away?

    the railway station sounds good if it's only £3 but any other cheap or free alternatives?

    thanks
  • seftonsun
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    • 14th Jan 08, 12:06 PM
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    • 14th Jan 08, 12:06 PM
    You didn't say when you were going there or at what time.
    On Empire Way in front of the Arena part of the road has single yellow lines where you can park all day free on Sundays.
    The Arena and Conference Centre are surrounded by multi storey carparks that charge £6 per day. The hard bit is trying to leave at the same time as everyone else. Allow an hour to get out.
    Originally posted by tonys
    You can normally park on Empire Way in the evenings as well as Sunday's. Must be a long time since you were there, as the Conference Centre has been demolished and is now a building site.

    I have always parked in Wembaly Park train station car park, and walked through, last time I went it cost me £3.00 to park, and while it is a bit of a walk ( about a mile) we were out and on the M1 in no time at all.
    Originally posted by Lady S
    It's closer to a half mile from Wembley Park station car park. Probably seems further?

    i'm going to wembley on saturday morning to tour the stadium (11.30am) and then see the snooker at the arena (2pm).

    is there anywhere in that vicinity i can park for free? i don't mind a 15-20 minute walk away?

    the railway station sounds good if it's only £3 but any other cheap or free alternatives?

    thanks
    Originally posted by carpy
    You'll be lucky. Wembley has controlled parking at all times that becomes even more restricted and extensive on event days. Take the station car park option and walk to the stadium straight down Olympic Way. The station is only £1 for all day on Saturday. See the TfL website for details. Scroll down to Jubilee Line for Wembley Park station.

    There is also info on getting to Wembley Stadium in their leaflet that you can read here .
  • Paulrstu
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    • 14th Jul 08, 9:03 PM
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    • 14th Jul 08, 9:03 PM
    Parking in any London borough is bad these days and most have match or event day restrictions. www.wembleycarpark.co.uk which I used to work for and know of through parkatmyhouse (see post above) has some good tips.
  • MikePapafio
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    • 7th Aug 08, 3:13 PM
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    • 7th Aug 08, 3:13 PM
    There are a lot of people illegally using car parks around this area and then disappearing when the clamping/removal trucks come around. Be very weary. The park at my house suggestion is good and most times without any problems but sometimes a pain to organise if it's last minute.

    Three other websites that are tried and tested are:

    http://www.wembleyparking.net
    http://www.csparking.com
    http://www.parkingwembley.com

    I think the http://www.csparking.com is the official parking for Wembley, the only problem with them is the traffic leaving and £15 for Wembley arena events and no parking on Wembley stadium events!

    The http://www.wembleyparking.net is £8 an event on Wembley arena events and £25 on Wembley stadium events. It says they are insured and opposite stadium.

    The http://www.parkingwembley.com seems to only have events listed for the Wembley stadium events and is pricing at £25. Says only a short walk and says the website is secure (shouldn't they all be?).

    Either way you can't go wrong with any of those listed by me and the other posters they are all well known.
  • boombap
    There's a snooker tournament at Wembley this Saturday??
    • carpy
    • By carpy 7th Aug 08, 5:49 PM
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    There's a snooker tournament at Wembley this Saturday??
    Originally posted by squee
    errr...........no!!!!
  • boombap
    Didn't think so but I thought you said you were going to see "snooker at the arena (2pm)"...... I guess you're on about another Saturday
    • jebervic
    • By jebervic 7th Aug 08, 6:47 PM
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    best to avoid parking at Wembley, personally I always park at in a street very close to Stanmore Stn (free of charge) and catch the Jubilee line tube straight to Wembley, stress free !
  • wembleycarpark
    Wembley Car Park
    Mike is spot on. We offer parking at Wembley and have repeatedly complained to trading standards and Brent Council about characters wearing high viz jackets proclaiming "Official Parking" directing people to park illegally and taking cash no receipts then disappearing after the game. www.wembleycarpark.co.uk is our address - we exist! Maybe Brent and Trading Standards will react eventually rather than profit from clamping and ticketing people who have been misled as to what is legal parking.


    There are a lot of people illegally using car parks around this area and then disappearing when the clamping/removal trucks come around. Be very weary. The park at my house suggestion is good and most times without any problems but sometimes a pain to organise if it's last minute.

    Three other websites that are tried and tested are:

    http://www.wembleyparking.net
    http://www.csparking.com
    http://www.parkingwembley.com

    I think the http://www.csparking.com is the official parking for Wembley, the only problem with them is the traffic leaving and £15 for Wembley arena events and no parking on Wembley stadium events!

    The http://www.wembleyparking.net is £8 an event on Wembley arena events and £25 on Wembley stadium events. It says they are insured and opposite stadium.

    The http://www.parkingwembley.com seems to only have events listed for the Wembley stadium events and is pricing at £25. Says only a short walk and says the website is secure (shouldn't they all be?).

    Either way you can't go wrong with any of those listed by me and the other posters they are all well known.
    Originally posted by MikePapafio
    • Saint_Chris
    • By Saint_Chris 7th Sep 08, 1:08 PM
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    When we went to wembley last week for the rugby league cup final.

    we used this site

    http://www.parkatmyhouse.com/

    it is people who rent there drives out. I chose one which was a 15 min walk away from wembley and paid £10 to park there.

    When we arrived at the ladies house, she offered us the use of her toilet,which a few of us were glad of, and she had chilled water for us, as it was a red hot day.

    Took 15 mins to walk past asda to wembley and after the game it was so nice not to have to rush off, to get a coach or off a car-park.
  • bobnodgers
    Ive had many bad experiences with wembley stadium paking but i did find a great place to park last time and the attendants are patrolling for the whole event and they have toilets and place to freshen up. Well worth the 20 quid for hassle free parking and its only a 5 minute walk from the stadium and 4 minutes to get out onto the A406. I forget the full name of the company but i think its WembleyClickAndPark
  • bobnodgers
    I forget the full name of the company but i think its WembleyClickAndPark
    Originally posted by bobnodgers
    I remember the site now you can find it at Wembley Stadium Parking
    • whatmichaelsays
    • By whatmichaelsays 16th Jul 10, 10:19 AM
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    whatmichaelsays
    When I've been to Wembley it's usually been the plan to park at Hillingdon Tube Station. Straight onto the A40 / M25 afterwards.

    Costs about £5 to park all day + tube fare.
  • danroach
    Wembley Parking
    if cost is not an option there are a few websites that allows you find
    wembley stadium & arena parking at convinient locations.

    The one we use when we travel down to Wembley events is:


    stadiumcarparks.co.uk
    • geordieracer
    • By geordieracer 7th Sep 10, 12:33 PM
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    geordieracer
    If you dont want to park somewhere right by wembley and want to be away quickly you can park at West Ruislip or Denham and get the frequent trains in and out - more trains on event days too.
    one of the famous 5
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