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St James’s Park

Anyone wishing to attend the Mayor of London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks in Central London needs a ticket. There will be restricted access to St James’s Park on December 31, commencing at 2pm, when roads closures are introduced to through traffic. This is part of a wider traffic plan in Central London. From 5pm St James’s Park to the east side of the lake will close to the public and there will be restrictions in place on all remaining footpaths. If you don’t have a ticket you can still watch all of the night’s action live on BBC1.

Visitors are reminded that lighting personal fireworks and flying lanterns is against Park Regulations, they are also asked to respect the park, dispose of any litter appropriately and be considerate to fellow park users.

Hyde Park

Anyone wishing to attend the London New Year’s Eve fireworks in Central London needs a ticket – there are no official viewing areas in Hyde Park. Hyde Park Winter Wonderland will close at 10pm on New Year’s Eve, with the rest of Hyde Park closing at 1am. Visitors to Hyde Park are reminded that lighting personal fireworks and flying lanterns is against Park Regulations, they are also asked to respect the park, dispose of any litter appropriately and be considerate to fellow park users.

Primrose Hill

There are no official viewing areas in Primrose Hill for the New Year's Eve fireworks on the Thames. Primrose Hill will close at 1am. Visitors to Primrose Hill are reminded that lighting personal fireworks and flying lanterns is against Park Regulations, they are also asked to respect the park, dispose of any litter appropriately and be considerate to fellow park users.

Richmond Park

On December 31, the vehicle gates to Richmond Park will close at around 4.00pm.  Visitors are reminded that lighting personal fireworks and flying lanterns is against Park Regulations, they are also asked to respect the park, dispose of any litter appropriately and be considerate to fellow park users.

Greenwich Park

On December 31, the pedestrian gates to Greenwich Park will close at around 6.00pm.  Visitors are reminded that lighting personal fireworks and flying lanterns is against Park Regulations, they are also asked to respect the park, dispose of any litter appropriately and be considerate to fellow park users.



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