Top 3 Bonfire displays in Warwickshire
If you’re looking for the perfect night sky to see all the sparkle and flair of Bonfire Night, you’ll do no better than our country house hotel. Warwickshire has many displays available for you to feast your eyes on, so if you are looking for things to do in Warwickshire and want to get to the heart of the action this Bonfire night, read on for our top three displays.
Hilltop Farm is a third-generation family farming business. Known locally for their family friendly and exciting Bonfire Night displays, the event held at the farm is one of their biggest and most popular events of the year. Join them on Saturday 4th November and you will be able to enjoy a great evening of tasty food, drinks, live music and a fantastic firework display. Get your tickets early as this is sure to sell out!
On Saturday 4th November Warwick Racecourse will host not one, but two displays in celebration of Bonfire Night. Doors will open at 5:30pm for visitors to get their refreshments and secure places for the displays. With two fun areas for the kids, a smaller show will take place at 6pm that is suitable for those afraid of larger fireworks, with the main display at 6:40pm.
All tickets for Kenilworth Castle must be bought in advance as it will sell out! Taking place on Saturday 4th November, the display will be run by Kenilworth Round Table and promises to be a show to remember. Returning to control the pyro, Fantastic Fireworks will oversee and orchestrate the explosions and a trio of fire performers will wow you with their skills. Gates open at 5.30pm, last entry at 6.45pm. Adult tickets are £10, senior citizens and children under 13 will cost £5.
So there you have it, our favourite things to do in Warwickshire this Bonfire Night. Once you have seen the spectacular sights, why not join us at the most welcoming country house hotel Warwickshire has to offer? You can check our availability by emailing us at email@example.com, or book online by clicking here. If you prefer, you can call us on 01926 484 470.