23 October 2018
Where To See The Fireworks Across London
Fireworks are a beautiful spectacle that you can enjoy by yourself or with your family. But, sometimes it can be hard to find the best place to see a display without having to travel for miles. While the sky is alive with colour, it is hard to have a care in the world, and that is why so many people enjoy going to a display. Well, we have some of the best firework displays across London, listed below.
This event is free to enter and one of the last free to play fireworks displays in London. We do mean play too as behind the gates of the park you’ll find a full funfair from 8pm onwards. There’s definitely going to be a lot of demand for this particular fireworks extravaganza so make sure you book your tickets early. The food stalls here in particular are a real treat.
The Bishops Park fireworks display will help you kick of Bonfire weekend early this year with their explosive main display. Families can enjoy an early children’s firework display at 7:15pm on the 2nd of November. This display will involve less noise and more colour to better suit the children. At 8pm, the main display will begin, and it will be a spectacular show with vibrant colours and amazing music.
Just a mile down the road from Canary Wharf, you’ll find the incredible and monstrous Tower of Hamlet fireworks display in Victoria Park. Each year is a different theme and this time they’re doing the year of the Monster. This is a celebration of the classic novel Frankenstein and is sure to be a hit with the kids.
If you want to see London’s skyline alight with colour, this might be the display for you. Before the display, you can look forward to a parade which includes fire eaters, animatronics, drummers and more. Also this year, the March Of The Phoenix parade will tell the story of the phoenix’s rebirth from the flames. You can also look forward to a bonfire, a live music tent and lots of street food and spirits. If you have children, they can experience a special fire performance in the Family Area which also has places for the kids to play.
If you love watching the lights from fireworks reflect in the river, there’s a brilliant display in Bartlett Park. Another option that provides a free admission, the fireworks are still absolutely stunning and there’s a lovely atmosphere here too. So huddle up close and settle down for a riverside delight.
Crystal Palace Park
Something for everyone, the younger viewers can look forward to a children’s display at 7pm. This show will include fewer bangs so as not to scare the children. The main event will take place at 8:30pm which will be filled with noise and colour. This will truly be a breathtaking display of magic.
We hope that this article has helped you to find somewhere to watch the fireworks in London this bonfire night.