New Year’s Eve is probably the most celebrated event in the whole world. Sure, sometimes people make a big deal out of it, but there’s something symbolic and beautiful about entering into the New Year. It should be a chance for people to start over, if they wish so. Or it’s a reminder that another year has passed and that we should feel grateful for the people we have in our lives. No matter how you look at it, it should be celebrated and it should be made into a magical night. New Year’s Eve special events in London are numerous. If you want to party, you’ll find it on every corner. You can spend it at an intimate restaurant with your partner, or you can watch the stunning fireworks. London has some of the best fireworks for New Year’s in the world. On every 1st of January people from all around the world watch the fireworks in London on their televisions. If you are lucky enough, you’ll be able to witness this spectacular event for real. We’ve compiled a list of the best events in London for New Year’s Eve. We hope you like it.

  1. New Year’s Eve Fireworks

New Years Eve Fireworks1The sight is so iconic. The colorful displays and explosions in the sky, and the London Eye and Big Ben as backdrops. Not only is it romantic, but it’s difficult not to feel hopeful and all warm and fuzzy inside. The fireworks display is very popular, and because of the high demand this event has been ticketed since 2014. It’s a way to ensure everyone’s safety. Click the link above for more information or book a ticket on time. Do not be fooled into buying tickets from third parties, as they will not be valid.

  1. New Year’s Day Parade

New Years Day Parade2Who doesn’t like a nice parade? Especially on New Year’s day! The complete parade consists of more than 8,500 performers from all over the world. The parade has clowns, acrobats, good looking cheerleaders, marching bands, and so on. It’s an awesome way of spending the day before getting ready for the evening. This events also doubles as a charity event in which London boroughs compete in order to win a prize, and the winner decides where the proceeds go.

  1. Take Your Lady or Man to the Duck & Waffle for Dinner

Duck & Waffle3The Duck & Waffle is an iconic London restaurant, not just for its good food and service but because of its location as well. It’s situated on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, and it offers the best view of any other restaurant in London. If you’d like a romantic date on New Year’s, try and book a table here. Prices are almost as high as the restaurant itself, but sometimes it’s worth parting with a few quid, especially at a wonderful place like this.

Visiting address: 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY

  1. Visit the Churchill War Museum

Churchill War Museum4Visiting a museum on New Year’s Day? Sounds crazy and boring to some, but a lot of cultural venues such as galleries and museums are open this day. It’s a neat way of soaking up some history and culture while also having fun. And it’s always the right time to learn something about the most influential prime minister, Winston Churchill. At this museum people can learn about the lesser known parts of his personal and political life.

Visiting address: King Charles Street, London, SW1A 2AQ

  1. Party out at the Troxy

Party out at the Troxy5The CDS party crew are known in London to throw some of the wildest parties. And this will be their first NYE party they have organized, and we believe it’s going to be an absolute smash! The DJ lineup will be playing the highest quality drum ‘n’ bass, techno, and house, accompanied with some great burlesque shows, world class sets, and sexy dancers. Make sure to dress sharp, top hats and corsets preferred.

Visiting address: 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX

  1. NYE at the Electric Brixton

NYE at the Electric Brixton6The highly acclaimed London nightclub will be hosting one of the wildest New Year’s Eve parties, and it’s all thanks to the star DJ of the night, Sasha. If you’re interested make sure to book your tickets as soon as possible, because interest is high. Tickets are on the pricey side at 30 quid, but we believe it will be well worth it. If you like progressive techno music, then this will be your dream NYE party.

Visiting address: Town Hall Parade, Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1RJ

  1. Corsica Studios

Corsica Studios7For New Year’s Eve this alternative club will become a bustling and exciting venue where many will find refuge from the cold outside and where they will undoubtedly have a great time! The Trouble Vision crew and Tief joined forces to organize this NYE spectacle. It will probably host the best party with the hottest house and disco music. Ticket prices begin at just ten quid, but it’s best if you but one ASAP.

Visiting address: 4-5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB

  1. Electric Dreams Party at the London Stone

Electric Dreams Party at the London Stone8While this isn’t one of London’s finest pubs, it seems as though it will be hosting one of the better parties for NYE. Enter into the New Year while listening to iconic songs from Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Ultravox, and many others. A couple of things to expect here: a cool gothic pub vibe, and an energetic crowd on NYE night that’s dressed to impress.

Visiting address: 109 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 5AD

  1. Jerusalem Bar & Kitchen

Jerusalem Bar Kitchen9This won’t be the first choice for many people for NYE, but with MC Quizzical leading the night, chances are it will be fun and very positive. NYE here will definitely see plenty of traditional and corny antics that are common for this holiday celebration. What better way to make your way into the New Year than by acting silly, quirky, and having a good old jolly time?

Visiting address: 33-34 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JN

  1. White Mischief at Bush Hall

White Mischief at Bush Hall10If you’d like a NYE party that offers something a little bit different and where the program varies, then make sure to give Bush Hall a chance. Cabaret shows, burlesque, circus shows, and chainsaw jugglers, this party will have it all. Interest is extremely high so make sure to book in advance. The line-up of the entertainment is eclectic and all the performers are known to give their best when on the stage.

Visiting address: 310 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7LJ