Where to watch New Year's Eve Fireworks in London
Check back in Autumn 2016 for a run-down of London's best New Year's Eve events 2016/17.
Celebrate the start of 2017 with the incredible New Year's Eve fireworks in London. Taking place along the River Thames in London, the official fireworks display is ticketed this year, but there are several bars and parties with perfect locations, prime for catching the action.
When: 31st December 2016
Where: London River Thames, Southbank
Nearest Tube: Many including Embankment, Barbican, Waterloo, London Bridge, Monument
Bars nearby to watch New Years Eve 2016 Fireworks
Discover where to watch the New Year's Eve 2016 fireworks in London from bars and parties nearby. We recommend the best London bars and restaurants with the best views of the NYE 2016 fireworks display in London. London is always busy for New Year's Eve so make sure you bag a spot at one of the best bars in London to watch the famous fireworks display to welcome in 2017!
For further inspiration, take a look at our London New Year's Eve Guide
Immerse yourself in the centre of the action as London’s famous NYE fireworks display gets into full swing. Kicking off with a champagne reception early in the evening, you’ll cruise down the Thames watching a lit-up London ready itself for midnight, tucking into a mix of hot and cold finger food and helping yourself to unlimited booze from the open bar. There’s a DJ to drop those party classics to get you in the mood and, come midnight, you’ll enjoy one of the best views of the fireworks from your enviable position on the Thames.
Expect a night of Gatsby-inspired excess from this stylish and chic boat party. Dress up in your 1920s best and get set for a dazzling NYE experience, with a champagne reception, three delicious courses, a puzzling murder mystery and unlimited booze all to look forward to in the lead-up to midnight. Take in the spectacular pyrotechnics from the Thames a midnight, and round off your celebrations by hitting the dancefloor; there’s a DJ until 1.30am.
You could literally almost throw a stone between the Tattershall Castle and the London Eye. Don’t try though. Naturally, this permanently moored boat in the very heart of central London is one of the very best places to catch the fireworks in all their splendour. They’re getting firmly in the mood for a huge party with food, drinks, live bands and DJs, get your tickets before they’re all snapped up.