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Two of London's most popular fireworks displays are taking place in Wimbledon Park and Morden Park in November 2016.
There are two themed performances at each venue: 6.45pm 'Magic' (more suitable for young children) and 8.30pm 'All Around the World', plus funfair, refreshments and stalls open until 10pm. Both venues boast spectacular settings for fireworks displays with clear, unobstructed views in beautiful parks settings. Morden Park has the added benefit of being set in a natural bowl, perfect for events of this nature.
Save money by booking online! Only a limited number of tickets will be available for purchase on the night, so grab your discounted tickets online now.
|Ticket type||Online in advance||Online saving||In person on the night|
|Adults||£8.00 (+64p booking fee)||13%||£10|
|Juniors (ages 5-16)||£6.00 (+48p booking fee)||35%||£10|
|Family (2 adults, 2 juniors)||£25.00 (+£2 booking fee)||32%||£40*|
|Ages 4 and under||Free||-||Free|
* No family discount is available on the night; each person will need to buy a separate ticket.
Please note that there is no parking at either venue, except for very limited disabled parking.
No bicycles are allowed into the venue.
The display will take place near the athletics track.
There are pedestrian entrances on Home Park Road to the south, Revelstoke Road to the east, and Wimbledon Park Road to the northwest.
The display will take place in the middle of the park.
There are pedestrian entrances on London Road, Lower Morden Lane and Hillcross Avenue.
Limited disabled parking via entrance drive (to the side of Merton College) off London Road for Blue Badge Holders only. Disabled toilet on site. Please be aware that pedestrian access from the gate at Lower Morden Lane to the display site is via a grassed field.
Very limited disabled parking via Revelstoke Road entrance for Blue Badge holders only. Disabled toilet on site.
Visitors must not bring any fireworks, alcohol or dogs into the parks.
You can get information about firework safety from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and the Health and Safety Executive.
Leisure and Culture Services
Merton Civic Centre
This page was last updated on Thursday 13 October 2016