The best London fireworks on Guy Fawkes Night

Do you remember November 5th and "Gunpowder Plot"? It can not be forgotten: this is an imperishable lesson. Very soon, on November 5th, the sky over London will be illuminated with colored lights in memory of the "Gunpowder Plot" of 1605. It seems that every time the spectacle becomes brighter and more colorful. And this year will not be an exception. No matter how you call this event: Guy Fawkes Night, Night of Fires or Night of Fireworks, on November 5th, in addition to music and food there will be many more interesting things. We will tell you where you can see the best fireworks in the city.

Alexandra Palace. Get ready to see the brightest spectacle in recent years, because there will be an excellent laser show, panoramic views of London, the soundtrack from DJ Yoda, the Beer Festival, live performances, food and drinks, ice rink and much more.

When: November 3rd (Friday) at 20:30 and on November 4th (Saturday) at 19:30.

Where: Alexandra Palace, N22.

How much does it cost: free for children under 10 years, £ 8.50 for children 11-15 years, £ 11 for adults.

Lambeth Fireworks. Here will be the Movie Night. There are live performances, attractions, 20 food counters and, of course, fireworks.

When: November 4th (Saturday) from 17:00 to 22:00.

Where: Brockwell Park, SE24.

How much does it cost: £ 3 for children, £ 6.50 for adults, £ 19 for the whole family.

Guy Fawkes Festival and Fireworks. Find out more about the 1605 plot and take part in the fun family masterclasses of making lanterns. Watch the short theatrical performance and the science show. And the fireworks will start at 19:00.

When: November 4th (Saturday) and November 5th (Sunday) from 14:00.

Where: Royal Gunpowder Mills, EN9.

How much: £ 8.50 for children, £ 10.50 for adults.

Wembley Park. This is a fun event for the whole family - with bright street entertainment, delicious food, luxurious fireworks and a soundtrack, which is still a secret.

When: November 4th (Saturday) from 18:00.

Where: Wembley Park, HA9.

How much: free.

Crystal Palace. There are two independent shows planned here. One for children - it will be held at 19:00 and will be more colorful and less noisy. The show for adults will begin at 20:30.

When: November 5th (Sunday) from 18:00.

Where: Crystal Palace Park.

How much does it cost: free for children under 3 years, £ 4.50 for children 3-10 years, £ 8.50 for children over 11 years and adults.

Superhero Fireworks Display. This year the theme of the event will be favorite superheroes. There will be attractions, DJs, food and drinks.

When: November 4th (Saturday) from 17:00.

Where: Kempton Park Racecourse, TW16.

How much: free for children under 5 years, from £ 7 for adults.

Victoria Park. Do not miss a terrific show for the whole family.

When: November 5th (Sunday) from 17:30.

Where: Victoria Park, E3.

How much: free.

Coram`s Fields. An excellent show for families with little children will begin at 17:00. And some attractions will be opened even earlier.

When: November 3rd (Friday) from 15:30.

Where: Coram's Fields, WC1N.

How much is it: free.

Battersea Park. Londoners will see a beautiful show lasting 22 minutes and a soundtrack that perfectly matches the theme of this year, formulated as "Power." There will be food and drinks, as well as a fire, which will be lit up before the show.

When: November 4th (Saturday) from 18:00.

Where: Battersea Park, SW11.

How much does it cost: free for children under 10 years, £ 10 for children over 11 years and adults.

Southwark Park. Food, drinks, entertainment and stunning fireworks over Central London.

When: November 5th (Sunday) from 17:00.

Where: Southwark Park, SE16.

How much: free, but you need to book tickets.

Blackheath. One of the largest events in London with attractions, food, drinks. And all for free.

When: November 4th (Saturday) from 12:00.

Where: Blackheath, SE3.

How much is it: free.

Waltham Forest. Everything you need: bright fireworks, food and drinks. And besides, it is all for free. When: November 5th (Sunday) from 18:30. Where: Chestnuts Field, Walthamstow, E17. How much is it: free.

Richmond Family Fireworks Display. Fun for the whole family: dancing fireworks, music of 80's, as well as live music, attractions, food, drinks and even a party!

When: November 5th (Sunday) from 16:30.

Where: Richmond Athletic Ground, TW9.

How much does it cost: £ 5 for children, £ 8 for adults, £ 12 for the rostrum (need to make a reservation), £ 24 for the whole family.

Hammersmith and Fulham. Two stunning shows with fireworks, attractions, food and drinks.

When: November 3rd (Friday) from 18:00 at Bishops Park, November 4th (Saturday) from 18:00 at Ravenscourt Park.

Where: Bishops Park, SW6 and Ravenscourt Park, W6.

How much does it cost: free for children under 5, £ 6 for children from 5 years and adults when purchasing in advance, £ 8 when buying a ticket on the spot.

London Bridge. This year you can see fireworks from a cult place. organized a contest. The lucky one and his guest will be able to spend the night in the Shard. Breakfast and lunch are included.

When: November 5th (Sunday).

Where: Shard, SE1.

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