This blog post was done in collaboration with Wembley Park.
Follow the Art Trail…
If there’s one thing that 2020 has taught me, it would be… appreciating little things in life. I went from spending my days out in galleries to enjoying some fun outdoor activities with with friends during the day. So, I spent these past couple of months discovering some really exciting places in and out of London. *checks Skirmy’s Instagram page for receipts*
One of those discoveries is Wembley Park’s first public Art Trail! Consisting of 14 art installations from leading artists and community contributors, Wembley Park has turned into a free public gallery of art and culture. I spent hours exploring and snapping some of my personal favourites which you can find below. However, there’s wayyy more than my eyes could see! 👀
Apart from the Art Trail, I got to enjoy a lovely lunch at Bread Ahead, throw some axes at Bad Axe and grab a few bevs at the Box Park. There’s also London Designer Outlet which I’m planning to visit in the next few days because there’s so much that you can do in a day… and trust me when I say that 2020 has taught me to take things at my own pace. 😉
LDO offers a variety of shopping opportunities: from designer outlets and high street retailers to tech centres, cinemas and even more places to eat! *checks Wagamama’s latest menu*
Wembley Park is the all-in-one-neighbourhood that is worth coming back to. I just cannot wait to see what they have planned for the festive season!
VISIT: Wembley Park Art Trail. Open to public until end of December 2020!