If you haven’t made any plans for this upcoming Bonfire Night in London, here are the top 10 firework shows that you won’t want to miss!
Wimbledon Park will be hosting 2 firework displays in one magical evening. The first firework display will be colorful with a magical theme and will begin at 6:45. The second firework display will begin at 8:30 and will sync the display to music from around the world. Food and drink stalls will be open until 10 PM.
The Waltham Forest Council will also be hosting a FREE firework show this Bonfire Night. A variety of food stalls and a bar will be available and there will be a full-size funfair for everyone to enjoy. The gates open at 6:30 PM and the firework show will begin at 8 PM.
Watch the sky light up with fireworks at Bishop’s Park. There will be a children’s firework show followed by the main event which will feature pyrotechnics set to a music soundtrack. A carnival, food, drinks and bar options can be enjoyed throughout the evening.
4 November – 5 November
The Alexandra Palace will be hosting 2 full days of celebrations that will be packed with fantastic firework shows, child-friendly activities, seasonal snacks and drinks, a German beer festival and last (but certainly not least) a Day of the Dead parade. Hurry and purchase your tickets in advance, this firework festival is known to sell out every year.
Enjoy a night full of fireworks, light shows and music’s top hits. Tasty treats and drinks will also be available for purchase and there will be plenty of fun for the whole family. Gates open at 6 PM but get there early because no entry will be permitted after 8 PM! Tickets must also be purchased in advanced as there will not be any tickets available to purchase upon entry.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, go and see the spectacular firework display for FREE at Southwark Park. This will be their 13th annual bonfire night celebration with delicious food, drinks and family entertainment until 8 PM. The gates will open at 5 PM with the last entry at 6:30 PM so it is suggested to get there as early as possible.
Experience one of London’s longest running firework shows. The evening will feature a less noisy, child-friendly firework show starting at 7 PM, followed by the main event which will start at 8:30 PM. Plenty of food and drinks will be available to keep you warm and cozy throughout the evening. The gates will open at 6 PM and tickets must be purchased online in advance.
Another budget-friendly option, Blackheath is known to be one of the largest FREE firework displays in London. The funfair will open at 12 PM, food stalls and bars will open at 5 PM and the firework display will begin promptly at 8 PM. Even though this event is free, donations are accepted.
The 5th Beckenham South Scout group has organised two sensational firework displays for the whole family to enjoy. Ride a ride at the funfair, try delicious food from the food stalls or get your face painted. The quieter firework display for children starts at 7 PM followed by the main display set to music at 8:15 PM. Gates open at 6 PM and children under 11 get FREE admission.
5 November – 6 November
If you want to learn about the story of the Gunpowder Plot, the Royal Gunpowder Mills will be hosting a variety of fun and educational activities the whole family can enjoy. The Ghost of Guy Fawkes children’s play starts at 2 PM and there will be a 15 minute firework display to finish off the evening at 7 PM.
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