The annual New Year's Eve Fireworks display, launched from the foot of the London Eye and from
rafts on the Thames, is visible from most of central London: the basic rule is that if you can see the
you'll be able to see the show. They cram enough firepower for an hour-long display into ten explosive minutes, lighting up the sky for miles around. The best views are from Victoria Embankment, the South Bank, and Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge. Hungerford Bridge is
closed after 8 pm and there's also no entry to Westminster Bridge after this time. Watched by half a
million people, in 2014 the organizers introduced ticketing for 100,000 in order to prevent overcrowding. Go to www.london.gov.uk for full details. I’d love to help you plan your trip to London so be sure to pick up the phone and call me or send me an email when you’re ready to start planning.