As well as a giant sphinx and a miniature railway, this kooky park gets another attraction when its annual fireworks display returns. All tickets must be booked online, so best get organised to bag a front-row view of the musical children’s display (7pm) and the noisier main show (8.30pm). There’s no funfair at this party, but who needs dodgems when you can see the park’s life-size dinosaur sculptures?
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Ooooh aaaahhhh. Weeeeh ! Oooh look at that one ! Fireworks, in the sky, in Crystal Palace. Best display for those living near Crystal Palace. Otherwise, go to a display near you.
Pretty poor considering the amount of people who paid £6. Was quite a short display, about 15 mins, and the finale was pretty damn short too. Free displays are way better. What a shock, ripped off again!
I paid £19 and stayed for both shows. The first show was about 13 minutes and the second show was about 16 minutes a total of 29 minutes. Which is really good value for money. Will def be going next year in 2018.