Cue Lights will run from November 16th to January 8th. They are located at the Kew Botanical Gardens in Kew.
Spectacular light displays, lots of great food stops, and a handful of rides to finish off have drawn people to this event for years. You can enter through his three entrances: Victoria Gate, Elizabeth Gate and Brentford Gate. Opens daily from 4:20pm to 10:00pm, with last admission at 8:00pm. Standard Advanced Adult Rates: Off-Peak £21.50/Peak £28.00, Kew Members: Off-Peak £18.50/Peak £25.00.
There are several main factors that make cue lights special. First, its stunning light displays and scenic trails mean you’ll never get bored and it’s easy to get some fresh air. In addition, there are many delicious food stalls along the trail, and bars with churros, burgers, and many great drinks, offering a variety of avenues of entertainment while walking. You can come back if you want…a different experience. Finally, Kew Light has a mini amusement park that will entertain children and adults alike.
Queues are a better option than light displays in central London because they are local, family-friendly and really accessible.
https://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/23238822.kew-lights—dylan-barrett-latymer-upper-school/?ref=rss Dylan Barrett of Kew Lights – Latymer Upper School