Halloween is the spookiest time of the year and it’s almost here! It’s time to start planning for those ghoulish activities and figure out how you are going to spend the holiday. We here at Firework Crazy suggest fireworks are part of your Halloween festivities.
They are the perfect way to celebrate and you can find plenty of displays taking place across the UK.
Here are some of the best Halloween fireworks displays you’ll find across the country. If none of these are close to you then search for one that is, or get your fireworks ordered for November 5th now and order extra so you have some to use on Halloween.
Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire
Ragley Hall will host one of the UK’s biggest Halloween firework displays on October 28th. The night will be full of live music, face painting and even a fancy dress competition. You can also enjoy tasty food – toffee apples are a must-have – and scrumptious drinks before the firework finale.
The doors will open at 5 pm, with the firework show starting at 7.30 pm. You can find tickets online for a discount price or buy them on the gate.
Derry, Northern Ireland
Now, if you are looking for something gigantic and spooky, then Derry’s annual Halloween parade is the place to be. The three-day event – running from October 28th to 30th – is the largest carnival parade in Europe. You’ll see the city streets filled with music, sculpture, lights and, of course, fireworks! Here’s a taster from a previous year:
Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Wentworth Woodhouse will host a big Halloween party on 28th of October. The venue will open at 4 pm, and you get to dance, listen to music and ride fairground rids until the fireworks start. There will be a low noise firework display for the younger children at 7 pm and a bigger display at 8.30 pm. You can find more information and buy tickets on the official website.
Horse and Groom, Clapham, Bedfordshire
October 28th will also see plenty of fireworks action in Bedfordshire. Horse and Groom will be hosting its annual Halloween Spooktacular, which also includes a massive fireworks display right at the end of the night. Just remember to leave room for the tasty treats available at the pub.
Chepstow Racecourse, Chepstow, Monmouthshire
If you want a family-friendly fancy dress party, then head down to Chepstow Racecourse. The party starts at 5 pm on October 28th, with delicious food and tasty drinks available for the whole family. You’ll be able to enjoy shows, fairground rides and face painting before the big fireworks display at 8 pm.
Create your own display
Of course, you could also organise a Halloween party at home. You’ll just need some devilish food and drinks, a few pumpkin carvings to decorate your home with and plenty of fireworks for a good show.
You can find some amazing fireworks from our selection of new fireworks for firework season 2017. We’ve even created a five-minute display for you with our favourite fireworks. These and others will help you wow your guests and have fun at your party.
Whether celebrating at home or going to a party elsewhere, fireworks can be an integral part of Halloween. You can have a lot of fun attending an event across the UK or by organising a great firework display at home this Halloween!