Any show held at the SSE Arena is one of the brightest events of the year worldwide. Built in 1934, Wembley Arena has now become one of the most celebrated places worldwide. It has beaten all the attendance records. The venue was reconstructed in 2006, and the legendary Depeche Mode welcomed the audience to the completely new SSE Arena. This is the second biggest venue in London and a must-see spot for any tourist.
The location of the SSE Arena is very handy both when travelling by public transport and by car.
By train and tube: The nearest overground station is Wembley Stadium. To get there, you can take a Chiltern Railways train from London Marylebone. Wembley Park tube station is on the Metropolitan or Jubilee Lines. Wembley Central station is on the Bakerloo Line. Both of the stations are quite close to the SSE Arena.
By car: Always check your map and mind the point of departure.
International: The SSE Arena is only 45 minutes from Heathrow Airport, so you’ll have no difficulty getting there. Mind that you can pre-book a minicab from any point of London, including international airports and railway stations.
You do not have to worry about parking near the SSE Arena. There are many good affordable options. You can pre-book parking spaces in a number of car parks close to the venue. It is also possible to pre-book Blue Badge parking spaces in the Green Car Park nearby - which is a great idea if you are planning to attend a major event.
Access for people with special needs
Guide dogs are allowed in the building, but cannot always be present in the auditorium, depending on the event. You should check that beforehand. The venue provides a number of services for the hard hearing visitors, such as an infra-red hearing assistance system. There are 25 wheelchair spaces available.