This show has a double-whammy of both bonfires and fireworks, so it’s definitely worth the entry price, especially if you have kids with you. The show has two sets: one starting earlier for kids and another a little later on for adults -although why not enjoy both? The first bonfire will be lit at 6:30 pm, followed 15 minutes later by a child-friendly fireworks display. The second bonfire will be lit at 8:30 pm and followed by a louder display set to a specially designed soundtrack. There will be a funfair, food stalls and a bar, so you can really celebrate Bonfire night in style! The fun ends at 10 pm.
Advance tickets for adults are £9.63, children aged 5–16 are £7.49 and under-fives are free. Families can scoop up a £32.10 ticket too which’ll save you a few quid to spend on candyfloss. If you buy on the night, prices go up to £10.00 for each person (adult or child) with ticket numbers limited. Since no family-discounts are available on the night, booking online is definitely a good idea if you’re taking kids.
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