Changes to train times

 

London New Years Eve Fireworks

Tuesday 31 December 2019

20:00 to 00:45 (Wednesday 1 January 2020)

After Big Ben's famous 'bongs' ring out at midnight on New Years Eve in London, the UK's largest annual fireworks display will take place at the London Eye.

Organised by the Mayor of London, more than 100,000 spectators will gather to enjoy a pyrotechnic and lighting show with more than 12,000 fireworks.

In order to attend the event, you MUST have a pre-purchased ticket. The first release of tickets has now sold out. The good news is, there will be another chance to get London NYE tickets. Sign up at the official website to be the first to know.

Website: www.london.gov.uk/nye

Twitter: @visitlondon (and @LDN_gov for updates on the night)

Venue

Thames Riverside, Central London, SE1

Recommended station/s

Each viewing area has a specific arrival station which you will be advised of when booking your tickets. More information about the arrival stations can be found here.

What if I don't get a ticket for the London Fireworks?

If you don’t have a ticket, remember you can’t come to the event without one.

There are of course loads of other great ways to celebrate NYE in London. See Visit London for some brilliant ideas and don’t forget to check travel before heading out.

Also, you will be able to watch the Fireworks live on BBC TV.

Whatever you do, have a great New Year’s Eve!

What's happening with the trains?

The train plans for travel to and from London will be finalised shortly. This will include special trains for revellers travelling home from London in the wee small hours on New Years Day. More specific information on the last trains in and out of London will be provided here nearer to the time.

You can plan your journey on London Underground by using the Transport for London Journey Planner.

Last updated:   24 October 2019