New Years Eve Fireworks London: 020 7983 4000

Visit London on 31st December each year for a spectacular fireworks festival around Big Ben and the London Eye, contact the Mayor’s Office on their UK phone number 020 7983 4000 to book your ticket.

Each year London hosts a vibrant fireworks ceremony on New Years Eve near some of the city’s most famous landmarks with the London Eye as the centrepiece, all heralded by the sound of Big Ben when the Elizabeth Tower clock face hits midnight. You should phone the Mayor’s Office on their general enquiries contact number 020 7983 4000 to find out when tickets go on sale to the public, the exact timing of the ceremonies and to find out if there’s anything you should bring along. Similarly you can call this number for information about each of their viewing platforms which include accessible areas if you suffer from a disability. You can also call this helpline for more details about the pyrotechnics used in the display and for official DVD merchandise to commemorate your visit to the UK capital. Moreover you can find out travel details for getting to the site on the River Thames, including London underground and bus timetables. Finally if you would like to make a complaint about poor viewing conditions or rude conduct by staff members you can phone this helpline to speak to an advisor about getting a refund on your ticket.

Calling the Mayor’s Office about the New Year Fireworks in London on their UK contact number 020 7983 4000 will cost you the same as calling any other local 01 and 02 number. This means you will pay a per minute charge plus a call connection fee which are both set by your landline or mobile provider, however free inclusive minutes that may form part of your particular tariff can be used to phone the New Years fireworks organisers for free.

Postal address

If you would prefer to enquire about the London New Years fireworks show by post you can write to their office at City Hall by using this postal address:

City Hall (New Years Eve Enquiries),
The Queen’s Walk,
London,
SE1 2AA,
United Kingdom.