Where can I watch fireworks in Edinburgh on New Years Eve?
Princes Street Gardens
Where is the Best Place to see the New Year’s Eve Midnight Fireworks in Edinburgh? Probably the best spot is from Princes Street Gardens, which is where the Concert in the Gardens and the Ceilidh Under the Castle events take place.
What time is Edinburgh fireworks tonight?
Doors open at 6pm, with pre-show entertainment from 6.30pm and the fireworks themselves taking place from 7.30pm-8pm.
What do Scots eat at Hogmanay?
Haggis, Neeps and Tatties Well known for being the perfect accompaniment to haggis, neeps (Scottish for turnip – often Swedish turnip these days – what Americans call rutabaga) and tatties (Scottish for potato) complete the traditional Hogmanay meal.
Where to watch New Years Eve display in Edinburgh?
A little further out you can also watch the display from Lothian Road bridge, Bruntsfield Place, Salisbury Crags or Inverleith Park. There are actually several displays this new years eve from the Castle, taking place at 5.50pm, 9pm, 10pm, 11pm, and 12 midnight.
When is Hogmanay New Years Eve in Edinburgh?
There are actually several displays this new years eve from the Castle, taking place at 5.50pm, 9pm, 10pm, 11pm, and 12 midnight. There are also 2 shorter displays on December 30th at 8pm and 9pm from Calton Hill.
When is the New Years Eve procession in Edinburgh?
Starting at 7pm on the 30th December, and with 3 separate stating points – at North Bridge, South Bridge and St Giles Street – the Torchlight Procession kicks off the main party in fine style, with torch bearing participants walking the city streets accompanied by the music of bagpipes.
Where can I watch the ball drop in Edinburgh?
There are also several excellent webcam views in the city, including live views from Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street: There will also be Hogmanay live coverage on BBC Scotland Ball Drop 2022 live stream from Times Square on New Years Eve Live! The content on this page is written and maintained by Martin Kerrigan.