5 Best Fireworks Events for London Kids 2015


  1. Ally Pally

Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival incorporates a firework display and bonfire, bier festival, street food and craft beer village, funfairs, ice skating and a street procession. £4-£9 for fireworks (extra charge for other activities), prebook only, 7 November

2. Bishops Park, Fulham

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has two official firework displays, at Bishops Park (6 November) and Ravenscourt Park (7 November). At both events the children’s fireworks will take place at 7.15pm followed by a firework display choreographed to music at 8.10pm. There will also be a funfair and food stalls at the events. £6/£8, prebook, 6 and 7 November

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3. Battersea Park

The theme for this year’s Battersea Park fireworks is A Royal Night Out, celebrating the Queen’s record-breaking reign. The display is set to music, with food and drink available to buy £6.50-£10, prebook (no tickets available on the door), 7 November

4. Wimbledon Park

Wimbledon Park has a double whammy of displays on the same day — choose from the 6.45pm show, which is suitable for younger children, or the 8.30pm display. There’s also a funfair and food and drink stalls. Tickets available soon, 5 November

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5. Blackheath

This year’s Blackheath firework display starts at 8pm but other activities begin earlier in the day. There will be a funfair from 12pm as well as food stalls and a bar from 5pm. No admission fee but donations welcome, 7 November