Mayor of London's New Year's Eve Fireworks Display

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London's spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks display at the London Eye is famous around the world.

At  midnight, Big Ben's famous "bongs" will ring out, followed by the UK's largest annual fireworks display.

Where to Watch the Fireworks

London's New Year's Eve fireworks display is hugely popular, with hundreds of thousands of people going to see the display each year, meaning that the event is ticketed in 2014.

Tickets are no longer available for the Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks celebrations.

You can still watch the fireworks broadcast live on BBC One, and there are still lots of great things to do in London on New Year’s Eve. Find more things to do on New Year’s Eve.

Central London will be very busy so plan ahead and use public transport to get around – you can find more information on the Transport for London website and on the GLA website www.london.gov.uk/nye.

Travelling to and From Central London

Public transport will be the best way to get about on New Year’s Eve, with free travel on offer from 2345, until 0430 on New Year’s Day. Plan your journey in advance and check Transport for London’s website www.tfl.gov.uk for details before you travel into Central London.

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The London Eye

Address
Riverside Building, County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB
Telephone:
0871 781 3000
Public transport:
Tube: Westminster/Embankment Train: Waterloo/Charing Cross
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

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