Remember, remember the 5th of November. Bonfire Night is coming and many of the celebrations take place on the first weekend of the month. Unsure where to head for your own fireworks night fun? We’ve rounded up some of the best-loved displays throughout the country to help you decide.
Plus, in order to save you from sacrificing on style in order to stay warm, we’ve created the perfect Bonfire Night outfit for you.
With a view of London from the top of its hill, the Alexandra Palace fireworks offer a breath-taking scene. A roaring bonfire, dazzling fireworks display and a multitude of food and drinks stalls make this the perfect weekend for anyone in the city.
One of the UK’s most celebrated Bonfire Night events, the Lewes Bonfire Night is the biggest in the world. Held in the East Sussex town, the festival honours the history of the event with a traditional procession, costumes, bonfires and fireworks, creating an awe-inspiring event, proving year after year why it is renowned.
The Warwickshire-based castle opens its grounds for visitors to celebrate Bonfire Night with a magical display, perfectly complemented by the gothic setting of the castle. Complete with food and drinks stalls complete with your favourite seasonal treats, the annual event boasts a historical backdrop.
With the stunning Chatsworth House as its backdrop, the stately home in Derbyshire hosts its annual fireworks display for visitors. Held in the garden with a blazing bonfire and two fireworks displays, with a children’s display set to the music of popular kid’s films, the event also promises delicious food and drinks.
Back to London for our final recommendation, where we head to Crystal Palace Park. The park is famed in particular for its eclectic statues, which include a giant lizard. Not to be outdone, the fireworks display is similarly spectacular, with a kids’ show starting at 7pm and an adults-only show from 8:30pm onwards.
What To Wear
Stay warm and stylish throughout Bonfire Night with a winter-ready outfit.