Time Out says
As one of the capital’s rare major displays that’s still free, Blackheath attracts crowds of up to 100,000 to its all-day Guy Fawkes bash. Colourful fairground rides take over the heath from midday, food and drink stalls open at 5pm and the fireworks kick-off at 8pm. Don’t miss a wander through Blackheath Village, where the celebrations spill out into the streets.
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I swear it was ABSOLUTELY STUNNING FIREWORK DISPLAY of the year 2013 !!! The weather was really windy and. But everybody enjoyed watching the startling firework in the sky.Thank you.
dont even think of catching a bus or driving there - best way is to catch a train to Blackheath, Lewisham or Greenwich and allow around 20 mins walk from Lewisham or Greenwich and 15 mins from Blackheath it gets gridlocked around the area from 6.30 - 7pm it is a fantastic display and well worth the effort to get there early! tow fab pubs on the heath - the Princess Louise and the Hare and Billet
One of the oldest and most spectacular firework displays in London with towering award-winning displays, a friendly swaying Ooooh-Ahhh-ing crowd, mulled wine, a fair, it's kid friendly and more importantly, there's loads of space. Overlooking the rest of London's firework displays beneath a huge wide sky, this is pretty impossible to beat.