Firework night is soon approaching and it is always fun to make a spectacular event out of it.
Whether you want to relax by a warming bonfire, fighting those autumn day chills or watching a spectacular firework display, we have provided you with a list of the top 10 firework displays in London.
1. Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival
Alexandra Palace will be putting on two wow-worthy firework festivals, on the forth and fifth November (gates open at 4pm on the forth and 3pm on the fifth), against the stunning views of London.
With plenty going on this festival will be one to remember, with the Day of the Dead parade, the German Bier Festival, London’s largest ice-rink to test out your skills on, a bonfire to keep warm by, the family area with stalls, stores, rides, drinks and food, along with the firework display which will start at 9pm on the forth and 8pm on the fifth.
Tickets are available to buy online; buy them before they sell out!
2. Battersea Park Fireworks Display
Prepare yourself for a brilliant time at the Battersea Park Fireworks Display.
On the fifth November, the gates will open at 6pm while food and drink stalls will be open, selling tasty foods and beverages to their guests.
At 7:30 the bonfire will be lit, warming the visitors while they wait till 8pm for Jubilee Fireworks to start their dazzling display of fireworks.
Make sure you buy your tickets online, as there won’t be any sold at the gate.
Also, ensure you leave enough time to get their early as there will be no entry after 8pm.
3. Blackheath Fireworks
On the fifth November from 12pm, Blackheath are putting on a free firework display, that is enjoyable for the whole family.
A funfair will be available to visit from 12pm and from 5pm there will be food stalls and a bar, while you are waiting for the firework display to start at 8pm.
4. Brent Fireworks
Brent Fireworks are creating a family orientated event, free to attend, on the sixth November.
With exciting street entertainment, delicious street food and a sparkling firework display at 6:30pm that will be shown alongside a soundtrack, this will be an enjoyable evening for all.
5. Chester-le-Streets Riverside Park
Do heroes inspire you? Whether they are the type in films, or the sort in every day life, this firework event taking place on the sixth November, from 5pm – 8pm, is dedicated to them. For every ticket that is sold, £1 will go to The Fire Fighters Charity and Durham Agency Against Crime (please be sure to buy your tickets in advance online).
With a fun fair to enjoy, live music to dance to, food and refreshments to warm the chilly evening and a smashing superhero fancy dress costume what else could make this evening better? Oh yeah, maybe a 25-minute striking superhero themed firework display that is choreographed to music which starts at 7pm!
Chester-le-Streets Riverside Park is determined to make this an event that everyone will remember and enjoy in years to come.
6. Chislehurst Rotary Fireworks
The Rotary Club of Chislehurst will be dedicating a family friendly firework event to raising money for charity.
On Saturday 5th November, the gates will open at 6pm giving their guests an hour and a half to enjoy the funfair, refreshment stalls and the hog roast.
Glenlyn Academy’s dance group will be putting on an awesome performance at 6:45 and the firework display will start at 7:30.
All profits will be donated to local charities and good causes.
Tickets are available to be bought online.
7. Harrow Fireworks
From 12pm – 3pm on the fifth November, Harrow are providing the public with free access to their bonfire event, where there will be a funfair and food arena. Whether you fancy BBQ, Chinese or Indian food, there will be plenty to choose from.
The family zone: Face painting and a petting zoo, along with many games and activities, the little ones won’t be complaining about being bored.
The DJ will be performing from 4-6 before the fireworks start at 7:30, to your favourite space themed music.
8. Southwark Fireworks Display
Around for its thirteenth year, Southwark will be gifting their visitors to another eye-catching firework display on the 5th November.
Announced to be one of the best displays in the capital by visitlondon.com this is a free event, but you better book your tickets online quick before they are gone!
The gates open at 5pm, with fun entertainment to watch, along with food and drink available. The last entry to see the fireworks will be at 6:30.
9. Waltham Forest Fireworks
Waltham Forest will be providing a fun, free, family firework experience.
The gates will open at 6:30pm allowing visitors a chance to enjoy the funfair before the show begins. At 8pm the sky will be lit up with a fantastic firework display.
Food and drink stalls will also be set up, distracting visitors with their sensational smells.
The event will close at 9pm. Please be sure to arrive at the event early, due to the popularity and to avoid any disappointment.
10. Wimbledon Park and Morden Park Fireworks
On the third November at Wimbledon Park and on the fifth November at Morden Park, spectacular firework displays will be featured, dedicated to families who want to make it an enjoyable evening for the kids.
Funfairs, stalls and refreshments will be open until 10pm, while two firework displays will be put on both evenings.
At 6:30 a firework performance known as ‘Magic’ will begin for the kids, while later on at 8:30, another performance titled ‘All Around the World’ will start for everyone to enjoy.
Booking online will give you a discount on your tickets, however tickets will be available to buy at the gate.