Two fireworks displays at Morden Park

Address:
Morden Park, Morden, London 51.393032 -0.209529
Dates & Time:
Gates open 5.15 PM
Fireworks at 6.45 PM (kids display) and 8.30 PM (main display)
Tickets & Cost:
Adults £8 to £10; Child (5-16) £6 to £10; Infants (under 5) free
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The following bus routes go near Morden Park: 80, 93, 293
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Morden Park always put on two separate displays each year -- one for the big kids (the adults) and one for younger kids, who might not like the big bangs of the main display.

The kids' display will have a 'Magic' theme, whilst the adults get to enjoy the bangs alongside music from 'All Around The World'.

Morden Park is set inside a natural bowl, giving everyone a great view of the fireworks.

There will also be a traditional fairground with stalls and refreshments.

5.15 PM -- Gates open
6.45 PM -- First fireworks display (for children)
8.30 PM -- Second fireworks display (the main display)
10 PM -- Stalls will close

Note: Please do not bring any sparklers, pets or alcohol.

Check out our complete list of London fireworks displays in November 2016.

 

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