Spectacular Firework Displays
Wrap up warm, get your sparklers at the ready. The most explosive night of the year is here. Bonfire night in North Wales is set to go off with a bang with all of these fantastic displays.
North Wales fire service recommend attending an organised firework display to ensure the safest way to spend your bonfire night.
If you’re wondering how best to spend your bonfire night in North Wales, Girl About North Wales has got you covered. Have a read below and you can find all of the firework displays and bonfires in and around North Wales.
Friday 4th November 2022
All of the firework displays and bonfires in North Wales on Friday 4th November 2022
Chirk AAA Firework Display and Bonfire
This award winning bonfire night in north wales is sure to go off with a blast.
Holyhead Road, Chirk, Wrexham, LL14 5NA
Doors from 6pm Bonfire lit at 7pm and fireworks 7.30pm
£5 for over 14’s, £2.50 under 14’s and under 3’s FREE
Colwyn Bay at Erias Park
An entirely FREE display with a low noise section. Supported by Colwyn Bay council and and Colwyn Bay fire station. Donations are welcome.
Erias Park, LL29 8HF
Fireworks start at 7pm
Mold Alexander FC
Family friendly bonfire night in North Wales. Supported by Mold fire and rescue. Food, drink and candyfloss stalls.
Alyn Park, Denbigh Road, Mold, CH7 1FT
Doors from 6pm
Bonfire Bonanza at Llay Welfare Club
There is loads going on at this bonfire in North Wales, there’s fairground rides, hot food stalls and even a mini disco
Llay Welfare Club, LL12 0TH
Doors from 5.30pm, Bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7pm
Adults £5, Children £2.50
Saturday 5th November 2022
All of the firework displays and bonfires in North Wales on bonfire night itself Saturday 5th November 2022.
Hawarden Estate Bonfire Night
This is a dog friendly silent bonfire celebration. No fireworks but a light show, live music and plenty of delicious food.
The Hawarden Estate Farm Shop, Deeside, Wales, CH5
From 6pm – 9.30pm
Tickets are £8 for adults, £5 for children and under 2’s are free.
Ride the Rocket at Llangollen Railway
A firework display with a difference. An evening train journey to Carrog station and a stop on the way back at Glyndyfrdwy Station to watch a firework display.
The Station, Abbey Road, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8SN
Adults £19, Kids £13
Deeside Round Table Bonfire Display at Deeside Leisure Centre
A large display put on by Deeside Round Table, it won’t dissapoint.
Deeside Leisure Centre, Chester Road West, Queensferry, CH5 1SA
Doors at 6pm – 9.30pm
Adults £10, Children £3, under 5’s free.
Higher Common, The Common, Buckley.
Llanferres Park's Guy Fawkes Celebration
There’s plenty going on at this bonfire in north wales. A lantern parade, guy fawkes competition and a whole lot more. Click the link below to find out more.
Llanferres Village Hall, Ty’n-Llan, Mold CH7 5SL
Doors from 3.30pm – 6.30pm
Entry is £2.50 and includes a hot drink and a biscuit
Gwrych Castle Firework Display
Gwrych Castle’s firework display is an explosive end to their Haunted Castle and Spooktacular Funfair.
Tickets are £15 for adults, £10 for children and under 3’s are free.
Fireworks are at 6pm. There are some low noise ones as well as traditional fireworks.
Firework Display at the Castle
What a fantastic setting for a firework display in North Wales
Denbigh Castle, Castle Hill, Denbigh LL16 3NB
Wrexham Firework Spectacular
This is the biggest bonfire and firework display in North Wales. There’s a laser light and drone show also.
Rock the Park, Borras Hall Lane, Holt, Wrexham, LL13 9SG
Gates open at 3pm and last entry is 7pm
Adults £21 and children under 12 are free
Brooks’ Field on Rhuddlan Road
Rhyl Firework Display
Abergele Roundtable Firework Display and Bonfire
6.15pm – quiet display. Bonfire at 7pm, Firework Display at 7.45pm
Penyffordd and Penymyndd War Memorial Firework Display
War Memorial Institute, CH4 0JZ
Pay on the door at 6pm. Licensed bar.
Firework display and relighting of the jubilee torch
Sunday 6th November and beyond
If you need to see more firework displays and bonfires in North Wales, have a look to see what else is going on.
Wrexham Firework Display - Sunday 6th Novembe
Penyllan Farm Marchwiel Wrexham LL13 0PF at 4pm
Aberdyfi Fire Station - Sunday 6th November
Where is the safest place to watch a firework display and have a bonfire in North Wales? Head down to the fire station at Aberdyfi for a BBQ & Bonfire from 6.30pm on Sunday 6th November
Safe Places Silent Fireworks and Silent Disco - Sunday November 13th
Sports & Social Complex College Hill, Tanyfron, Brymbo, Wrexham LL11 5TF
From 4pm – 6pm
There will also be fairground rides and food and drink stalls.