Free fireworks display at Southwark Park (Nov 2016)

Address:
Southwark Park, Rotherhithe, London 51.494211 -0.055126
Dates & Time:
Gates open 5 PM (last entry 6.30 PM); Fireworks around 7 PM; Entertainment ends at 8.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
Free, but you still need to get hold of a ticket beforehand (and tickets are limited!). They won't let you in if you don't have a ticket at the gate
See southwark.gov.uk
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Southwark Park is one of London's most popular fireworks displays -- because it's free!

They are expecting around 30,000 people to attend the display this year.

Entry is between 5.30 PM and 6.30 PM only, and the food, drink, kid's funfair and entertainment will be available until 8.30 PM.

Note: Whilst the fireworks are free, you still need to get hold of a ticket beforehand. They need to be able to control the numbers, so they won't let you in if you turn up without a ticket. See their website for details.

 

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