Make sure Bonfire Night goes off with a bang and head to one of these fantastic fireworks displays in Norfolk.

1. Low Bang Firework Event, Hoveton

Where: Wroxham Barns, Tunstead Road, Hoveton, NR12 8QU

When: November 3-4, 5.30pm-8.30pm

Price: Pitch for up to six people: £65, buy on the Wroxham Barns website, free parking

Wroxham Barns is bringing back its low bang firework display by popular demand, which is both child and animal friendly.

Groups of up to six get their own pitch and can bring blankets and chairs and tickets include entry to the Junior Farm and Fun Park, with street food trucks and a bar there too.

2. We Love Fireworks, Wymondham

Where: Wymondham Rugby Football Club, Barnard Fields, Bray Drive, Wymondham, NR18 0GQ

When: November 4, gates open 5pm, fireworks 8pm

Price: Aged 12+: £6, under 12: £4, under 4s free, buy through the Wymondham Rugby Football Club website, limited onsite parking £5 a car

This display is one of the biggest in Norfolk and always attracts a lively crowd.

There will also be bars, more than 10 food vendors, concession stands and a fairground.

3. Fireworks Display, Thorpe St Andrew

Where: Fitzmaurice Park, Pound Lane, Thorpe St Andrew, NR7 0UL

When: November 5, from 4pm with fireworks display at 7.30pm

Price: Adults: £4, children: £3, under 3s: free, buy at, no on-site parking

Head to this fantastic fireworks display in Thorpe St Andrew, where there will be food stalls, a funfair and a bar too.

With the Big Boom in the city centre cancelled this year, take a trip to the outskirts to make sure Bonfire Night goes off with a bang.

4. Downham Market Fireworks by The Round Table, Stradsett

Where: Stradsett Hall and Country Park, Stradsett, PE33 9HH

When: November 5, 4.30pm-9.30pm (display approximately 7.30pm)

Price: Adult (16+): £8, child (5-16): £5, under 5s free, family tickets available, buy on Eventbrite, free parking

One of the biggest displays in the west of the county, this event will have a festival vibe with live entertainment, fire dancers and a fairground.

There will also be a bonfire and a range of food and drink vendors, alongside the Round Table barbecue.

Eastern Daily Press: Various places across Norfolk are holding free fireworks displays for the jubilee.Various places across Norfolk are holding free fireworks displays for the jubilee. (Image: copyright: Archant 2013)

5. Crusaders Fireworks Night, Hethersett

Where: Crusaders Rugby Club, Little Melton Road, Hethersett, NR9 3NP

When: November 5, gates open at 5.30pm

Price: Adults: £5, under 18s: £3, under 5s: free or £20 for a full car, buy tickets on arrival, limited free parking

This popular fireworks display is running on Bonfire Night and there is free entry to rugby club members.

There will also be food, including a barbecue, a bar, music, stalls and games.

6. The Friends of Hempnall School Fireworks Display, Hempnall

Where: Hempnall Village Hall and Playing Field, Hempnall, NR15 2NG

When: November 5, 5pm-7.30pm (fireworks 7pm)

Price: Advance tickets: adults: £5, under 16s: £4, under 3s: free, family tickets available, buy on Ticket Tailor website or find link on 'Hempnall Fireworks hosted by F.O.H.S' Facebook event, (£6/£5 on gate), no on-site parking so park considerately in village

This display is back bigger and better than ever and you can expect to be amazed by the fireworks from Flash FX.

There will also be a bar, which will serve a range of drinks including mulled wine, a barbecue and toffee and chocolate apples to enjoy.

7. Autumn Lights Norfolk, New Costessey

Where: Dereham Road, New Costessey, Norwich, NR5 0TT

When: November 12, 4pm-9pm

Price: Adults: £17.50 + booking fee, children (3-16): £10 + booking fee, under 3s free, family tickets available, buy on the Autumn Lights website

Norfolk's 'biggest ever' fireworks event will take place at the Showground with two displays set to music, including one for children.

There will also be stage entertainment, including DJs, a party band, glow drummers and a fire show, a street food and drink village and a funfair.