There are attractions galore in this part of England...
Booking a hotel in central London for your visit to Wembley means that sightseeing opportunities are on your doorstep. The capital is crammed with things to see and do. You can see a show in the West End, shop at some of the world's best stores, relax in the beautiful parks, tour the nation's galleries and museums, or join the throngs of tourists at London's top attractions, such as the Tower of London, the London Eye and Buckingham Palace.
Top five attractions
Extend your stay at Wembley by taking a tour of the home of the England football team. It's expensive (a child and adult will pay around £25 in total), but you'll get to see the changing rooms, walk the players' tunnel, and pose with a replica FA Cup.
Royal Air Force Museum London
Just 15 minutes from the stadium is the former Hendon Aerodrome, which is now one of Britain's two RAF museums (the other is at Cosford) and home to a horde of aircraft, shows and interactive displays.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Drive towards central London or hop on the London Underground Metropolitan line (both around a 20-minute journey) and stumble across 221b Baker Street, where you'll find a museum dedicated to the fictional detective.
Inspired by the sporting efforts on the pitch at Wembley? Get active in one of London's finest green spaces. You can cycle, roller blade, swim, play tennis, go horse riding and even book a space in the Old Football Pitch area in the south of the park.
See the capital from the sky when you soar on one of the wheel's pods.