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Park Royal is a busy area northwest of London in the United Kingdom. Park Royal is an industrial and business park on an area of 1200 acres and covers several parts of London - Borough of Brent, Borough of Ealing and Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. 

Park Royal is the area were 1200 businesses have established their headquarters and 35.000 people are working. A dynamic, busy and noisy area of London, Park Royal is the home of historical companies like Heinz and Guinness. If you are visiting London and you have time to spare or if you have business matters exactly in Park Royal, there are some attractions you should not miss.

Top attractions within Park Royal

Wembley Stadium Tour is great if you have a family day out if you want to have an unimaginable experience stepping on the footsteps of the legend of football like Beckham, Messi, Pato or Ronaldo. You can take photographs wherever you like, walk through the Players Tunnel, take a seat in the place of Fabio Capello in the Press Room, see the Changing Rooms or climb behind the Trophy Winner's steps. Have a spectacular day surrounded by the history of this magnificent sport. The experience will be awesome, not just for you, but for all your family, if you are visiting Park Royal together.

Madame Tussauds is the most exciting wax museum in the world. It has 14 interactive zones filled with natural replicas of celebrities, singers, actors, businessmen, historical personalities and animation characters, all under one roof, all in this location within Park Royal. This is another child friendly location, so if you are with your family, you will all have a good time.

Nelson's Column is one of the most loved monuments near Park Royal. It commemorates Admiral Nelson, the man who won the Battle of Trafalgar against Napoleon in 1805. In the same place you can visit the National Gallery, if you have enough time to spare.

When visiting London there is a such a wide range of things to do and see - you'll need loads of time to fit it all in!