Bonfire Night is of course a historic event, dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Where better to enjoy it than
against the backdrop of a historic palace? In an occasion that would be sure to impress its long past of regal occupants,
Chatsworth plays host to a night of live music, dancing and circus performers as well as a traditional bonfire and firework display.
Set in its 105-acre garden, this is a family friendly event not to be missed.
Nothing captures the exhilaration of a firework display quite like the spectacular setting of the captial.
Alexandra Palace puts on an ambitous assortment of fireworks, street food, music, a parade and even a German
beer festival. If your looking for something a little more traditional, look no further than Blackheath. This is a rarity itself,
being one of the last remaining free firework displays in London. Whilst they forgo the bonfire element,
its spectacluar display, funfair, food and ‘village’ feel put it firmly on the map.
We couldn’t resist a coastal bonfire, and Plymouth Hoe ticks all the boxes. It’s set in the heart of Plymouth with outstanding
views across the waterfront. The spot is well versed in the art of pyrotechnics, hosting the annual British Fireworks Championships
every August. Luckily, November sees just as impressive a show, with the addition of a colossal bonfire and fairground.