November 5, 2019
Bonfire Night 2019 in London
Wow, ooh, ahh… Enjoy some of London’s biggest fireworks displays this Bonfire Night!
Put away your sparklers and start preparing for Guy Fawkes Night in London. After all, the evening comes complete with plenty of entertainment for everyone. You will witness laser shows, banging tunes, dodgems and lots more…
Why do we celebrate Bonfire Night in London?
It all started when Guy Fawkes and his gang attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in the Gunpowder Plot on the 5th November 1605. The event became known as Guy Fawkes Night. But it’s also known as Bonfire Night.
Looking for somewhere to catch a fireworks display? Then get yourself to these venues around London!
- Battersea Park Fireworks
Join countless revellers at Battersea Park! This pretty square will be well-lit with a big bonfire and a great fireworks display. Tuck into food and drink from the many bars and restaurants around the iconic Power Station. You can also fill your Facebook feed with snaps of the fireworks display on the banks of the Thames!
- Southwark Fireworks Night
Every year, bonfire night in Southwark draws big crowds. It’s one of the largest displays in the city. It’s a great place to experience your first Bonfire Night fireworks display in London. Why? Because it has plenty of entertainment, food & drink and more. Hurry up and make an early booking! Tickets usually sell out in advance.
- Blackheath Fireworks
Make your way to Blackheath Fireworks display! It’s one of the biggest free London fireworks displays on Bonfire Night. Have fun with this epic event which regularly hosts over 70,000 people. It also includes a funfair, as well as food stalls.
- Ravenscourt Park Fireworks Display
Journey to Ravenscourt Park to enjoy a spectacular firework show! You may tuck into tasty treats from the food stalls or take a spin on the funfair rides. The main display promises to be fun and entertaining. You are bound to find it mesmerising
- Wimbledon Park Fireworks
Witness a remarkable display of showpieces at the Wimbledon Park fireworks. It’s where fireworks and music combine to create a dramatic show. A fire and light show replaces the usual bonfire at this climate-conscious event. There are also a variety of food stalls for warm snacks. Plus, you will find loads of rides and other things going on.
Where will you go to celebrate Bonfire Night 2019?