5 reasons to fall in love with Wembley Park this Valentine’s Day

Single, settled or somewhere in between, if you’re looking for a destination to steal your heart this Valentine’s Day, look no further than Wembley Park. London’s most exciting new neighbourhood takes you on a whistle-stop tour of world flavours, with culture that can’t fail to impress and an atmosphere to remember, all just 12 minutes from central London.
 “At Wembley Park, there’s something to fall in love with every day of the year. Whether you’re looking to shop till you drop, delight in a trip to the theatre or just enjoy a quiet moment surrounded by lush green parkland, we’re confident you’ll fall for Wembley Park.”  Claudio Giambrone, Head of Marketing, Wembley Park

5 reasons to fall in love with Wembley Park
1. It’s the ultimate foodie hangout.  How can date night ever be dull when you’ve got street food vendors from around the globe bringing Wembley Park alive at London’s largest BOXPARK? With 22 food outlets and three bars, BOXPARK Wembley can delight everyone and if you’ve not got a date, there’s the Saturday Sauce Singles Night on 12 February, promising the potential of more than just amazing food to fall in love with. Wembley Park is also home to a huge range of other eateries, including the authentic Pan-Asian restaurant Masalchi, from twice Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar. There’s Haute Dolci with its uber-Insta-worthy grand pink cherry blossom tree for sharing a luscious dessert under on special occasions, cult “best doughnuts in London” bakery Bread Ahead and Pasta Remoli, with its new ‘Pasta Lovers’ menu with free Spritz, for when you want to bring some Italian romance to your night.  
2. You can shop to your heart’s content.  If you’re looking for the biggest brands with up to 70% off RRP then London Designer Outlet at Wembley Park ticks all the right boxes. The open-air layout encourages leisurely strolling around the stores, which offer everything from the latest fashions to designer jewellery. Where better to pick up the perfect ring for popping the big question? Wembley Park is also home to a vibrant mix of independent retail outlets. Looking for upcycled, bespoke, custom-made clothing, sketches and paintings by a local artist, handmade lingerie or a unique sculpture that celebrates the beauty of the natural world? No problem! You’ll find all this and more in Wembley Park.
3. It’s a hotbed of art and culture.  Clearly, as the home of Wembley Stadium and the OVO Arena Wembley, Wembley Park has plenty to offer when it comes to enjoying your leisure time. But did you know there’s also a world-class arts venue, home to the Troubadour Theatre, as well as a carefully curated annual calendar of free-to-attend cultural events, from art trails to street performances? A wide range of other activities to fall in love with are also packed into Wembley Park. It’s home to Bad Axe – Europe’s largest axe throwing centre – along with meetSpace VR, which delivers immersive, realistic virtual reality experiences and Pop Golf where crazy golf meets bar meets pop art for the ideal feel-good experience to enjoy with your loved one. Or how about a stroll along the free Wembley Park Art Trail – an immersive, open air public art gallery that delivers a selection of inspirational backdrops for that all important “we’re in love” selfie.
4. You can feel part of something.  There’s a lively community packed with friendly neighbours, due to the near 4,000 residents who call Quintain Living’s apartments to rent at Wembley Park their home. In and around the apartments, Wembley Park is packed with green spaces to picnic or exercise in together and a welcoming neighbourhood hub – The Yellow – which holds classes, clubs, groups, workshops and events. Whether you’re a new parent, a yoga devotee or just want to brush up on your culinary skills, you’ll be able to enjoy meeting like-minded individuals at The Yellow.
5. Central London is just 12 minutes away.  Wembley Park is served by three stations, three tube lines as well as overground rail lines and plenty of secure parking. Travellers can reach Wembley Park from Baker Street in 12 minutes, from Bond Street in 19 and from Clapham Junction in 22. From London Marylebone it’s nine minutes and just one stop. Who would have ever thought? The superb connectivity is ideal for those coming to Wembley Park from other parts of London, whether to shop, dine, attend an event or enjoy an evening of culture at the theatre.  For more information visit www.wembleypark.com , find them on Facebook or follow on Instagram.