Remember, remember the 5th November! If you’re spending Bonfire Night in London this year, check our round-up of London’s best firework displays. Most events require booking tickets in advance, so don’t forget to get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Ally Pally Firework Display

  • Alexandra Palace
  • Friday 1st November, Saturday 2nd November
  • Bonfire lit: Fri at 7.30pm, Sat at 6.30pm
  • Fireworks: Fri at 9pm, Sat at 8pm

Battersea Park Fireworks

  • Battersea Park
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Gates 6.00pm (no entry after 8pm)
  • Bonfire lit 7.30pm,
  • FIreworks 8pm
  • Afterparty 8.30pm-1am

The Blackheath Display

  • Blackheath
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Funfair open 12pm
  • Food Stalls and Bar 5pm
  • Fireworks 8.00pm

Carshalton Fireworks

  • Carshalton Park
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Gates open 5.00pm
  • Fireworks 7.00pm
  • Bonfire 7.30pm

Crystal Palace Fireworks – Waiting timings

  • Crystal Palace Park
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Gates open 5.00pm
  • Last entry 8.20pm

Ealing Cricket Club Display

  • Ealing Cricket Club
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Gates 6pm
  • Fireworks 7.45pm

Hammersmith & Fulham Fireworks 2018

  • Ravenscourt Park
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Gates open 4.00pm
  • Children’s display 6.30pm
  • Main display 8.30pm

Legoland Fireworks Spectacular

  • Legoland Windsor Resort
  • 9th, 20th, 25th, 26th October and 1st & 2nd November 2019
  • Last entry 6pm
  • Fireworks begin 7pm on 19th, 20th, 25th & 26th October and 6pm on the 1st & 2nd November 2019

Morden Fireworks at Morden Park

  • Morden Park
  • Saturday 2nd November
  • Children’s display 6.45pm
  • Main display: 8.30pm

Richmond’s Annual Family Fireworks

  • Richmond Athletic Rugby Ground
  • Sunday 3rd November
  • Gates open 4.30pm
  • Firework display: 7.00pm

Southwark Park Fireworks Night

  • Tuesday 5th November
  • Gates open 5.00pm
  • Last entry 6.30pm

Wimbledon Park Bonfire & Fireworks Display

  • Wimbledon Park
  • Tuesday 5th November
  • Fire and light acts – Flame Oz and Halo 6.30pm
  • Children’s display 6.45pm
  • Fire and light acts – Flame Oz and Halo 8.15pm
  • Main display 8.30pm

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