The spookiest time of the year is upon us and it’s time to start planning for a fun Halloween! Aside from candy and pumpkin carving, fireworks are an integral part of the big day – so where can you find a great fireworks display this Halloween?
Us Brits are really warming up to Halloween, albeit against the backdrop of the usual suspects moaning that we’ve “copied America”. You have a great range of options available if you’d like to view fireworks this October 31st. Here are some dates and times for Halloween fireworks across the country.
Stonham Barns, Stonham Aspal – October 26
Stonham Barns is throwing its Firework & Halloween Spectacular on October 26. The leisure park will have lots of fun activities for the family. Aside from the fireworks, which start at 7 pm, you can take part in a pumpkin carving competition, be crowned as the winner for the best Halloween competition and ride fun fair rides. There are also food and drink stalls. Although the event is not free, the organisation will donate part of the ticket cost to Gt. Ormond Street Hospital. You can find out more about the event here.
Huntingdon Jockey Club, Huntingdon – October 27
The Huntingdon Jockey Club will host its annual Halloween and Firework Festival on October 27. The Racecourse will be a fun place to have a big party and you’ll have plenty of things from drinks to fun fair rides to entertain you. It’ll be a night to remember and the adult tickets are just £5. Find more about the event on the website.
The Old Rectory Handsworth, Sheffield – October 28
Those near Sheffield might want to consider heading to The Old Rectory Handsworth on October 28. The event will feature stunning fireworks as well as a disco, and live performances by singers and a magician. A licensed bar and a BBQ will also keep you entertained! The event has a £5 ticket for all ages except under-1s go free. Find out more about the event here.
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock – November 3
Blenheim Palace in Woodstock offers the perfect backdrop for a Halloween fireworks display. The Courtyard will hold a spooky party completed with stilt walkers, skeletons and even zombies. You’ll also get to enjoy wonderful hot dogs and waffles, along with other seasonal treats. You can find information about the event from here – you’ll also find links there to purchase tickets in advance and save a bit of money!
LEGOLAND, Windsor – Multiple nights
Finally, you could also visit the LEGOLAND and check out their Halloween fireworks. The popular amusement park won’t just have a single night of fun but you can watch fireworks on October 20, 21,26 and 27, as well as November 2. Find out more from the official website.
Create your own
Of course, you don’t have to travel far to enjoy great fireworks! You could simply take a look at our website and pick your favourites for a wonderful display. For instance, Vinnie the Vampire Fountain would look great at a garden display for Halloween. It’s a new product and it only costs £14.99 – you’ll save £10 on the original price!
So, plan a fun outing with the family or throw your Halloween party at home – or do both! Firework Crazy has all the information and products to help you have a spooky holiday.