5 things to do this Guy Fawkes

Remember, remember, the 5th of November! Well, with Travelodge, you’ll definitely remember it this year! There are plenty of different things to see and do across the UK, so make sure you’re making the most of this celebration. 

Take a look at our list of 5 things to do this Guy Fawkes.

Attend your local bonfire night

Everyone knows the iconic events of bonfire night, a big wood bonfire to toast your cold hands and maybe some marshmallows, followed by stunning fireworks lighting up the sky. Well, nothing beats this historic tradition! Why not try out the Bonfire Night held at Wythall Park in Birmingham. With the promise of a toasty bonfire and spectacular fireworks, there will also be plenty of funfair rides, food and refreshment vendors dotted around the park. They also offer a quieter firework display for the young ones. Just remember to bring your wellies!

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Leeds Castle Fireworks Spectacular

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Leeds Castle Fireworks Spectacular is the ever-popular annual event held on the 5th and 6th of November. Held on the riverbanks near the famous castle, this event is proven to be a hit attracting guests from all around as the biggest and best display in the South of England! Including an impressive fireworks display, bonfire, music production and lasers shined on the castle, an evening here promises to entertain all! As well as these exciting activities later in the day, they also have adventure golf, a maze, play areas and plenty of sites to stroll around for those looking to make a day out of it!

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Guy Fawkes’ Gunpowder Plot – London Dungeons Experience

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If you’re looking for a more hands-on activity this Guy Fawkes, look no further than Guy Fawkes’ Gunpowder Plot experience at the London Dungeons! This thrilling immersive experience teaches you all about the inner workings of what happened that fateful night and some never-before-seen rooms and safe houses. Including VR, real-life actors and live theatre, this undercover mission will be perfect for keen historians looking to learn more about the annual event! With refreshments at their Duck and Drake venue, this event is the ideal way to spend your November holiday!

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Legoland Fireworks Spectacular

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Where better to discover the oohs and ahhs of spectacular colours filling the sky than Legoland! Enjoy a jam-packed day of adventure at the park, including plenty of rides, live shows, and attractions followed by the main event held at 6pm! Why not try out their brand new ride while you wait, but make sure you don’t miss the finale of the day! Be sure to grab your brick glasses and watch as the action unfolds, turning all those incredible fireworks into exploding Lego bricks! Ideal fun for all the family, there is plenty of fun to be had!

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Alexandra Palace Firework Display

Located in the Northern end of London, Alexandra Palace, or Ally Pally, is the epicentre for all things culture, music and arts. With a stunning exterior composed of Victorian decor, this building is the ideal place for fireworks. Usually playing host to a range of incredible artists and theatre productions, the venue is once again being turned into a bonfire night extravaganza. As well as the spectacular display of fireworks, there are also promises of a DJ, a cosy bonfire, a family funfair and an Ice Disco! Why not head inside and enjoy the rest of the fun including a German Beir Fest and an Elvis Presley tribute act!

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