The big fireworks display in Battersea Park is one of the most popular displays around and usually attracts about 40,000 people.
6 PM — Gates open
7.30 PM — Bonfire lit
8 PM to 8.22 PM — Fireworks display
There will be plenty of food and drink stalls dotted around.
Note: Please do not bring any sparklers, pets or glass bottles.
Fireworks display at Kingsmeadow – 2 Nov 2018 – Kingston's annual fireworks display with a funfair and food stalls will be held at Kingstonian FCs football stadium.
Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival – 2 to 3 Nov 2018 – The fireworks display at Alexandra Palace will include a big bonfire, ice rink, children's funfair and German beer festival.
Fireworks and funfair at Bishops Park – 2 Nov 2018 – Bishops Park will be hosting two displays -- one for the little kids with less scary bangs, and a big one for the adults a bit later on.
Fireworks display at Ravenscourt Park – 3 Nov 2018 – There will be two fireworks displays at Ravenscourt Park this year -- a little one for the kiddies, and a bigger one for everyone else.
Two fireworks displays at Morden Park – 3 Nov 2018 – Morden Park will be putting on an early evening display for the younger kids and then a second main display for the grown-ups.
Fireworks and funfair at Blackheath – 3 Nov 2018 – The fireworks at Blackheath is always one of the most popular fireworks displays in London -- because it's completely free!
Ealing Cricket Club’s flying-theme fireworks – 3 Nov 2018 – Ealing Cricket Club will be putting on a special flying-themed laser show and fireworks display to celebrate the RAF's anniversary
If you enjoy Battersea Park then you might like to visit Battersea Park Children’s Zoo (you can walk it in 4 mins) and Peace Pagoda (you can walk it in 6 mins)
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans