I don’t have a ticket for Borealis, what can I do?
Please check for returned tickets. Alternatively, you can join a walk-up queue every evening between 5:45 pm and 9.30 pm.
Please bear in mind that admission is only guaranteed by prebooking.
Can I bring my dog?
Pets are not permitted on this site, including dogs. Assistant dogs or service dogs are welcome.
Is there a place to securely park my bike?
Bikes are not permitted inside the installation; however, we do encourage people to cycle wherever possible. The link below has an interactive map listing all secure bike parking near Guildhall Yard.
What else can I see?
Food and drink options are available to buy at the event from The Wine Tap Van, serving mulled wine, hot cider, festival cocktails and much more. Hot chocolate and mince pies are also available.
There are also lots of things to do in the City before or after experiencing Borealis, from historic attractions to shopping and dining.
Check out the nearby Guildhall Art Gallery and Roman Amphitheatre, which combines world-class artworks with the ruins of a theatre that once hosted gladiatorial contests. Visit St Paul’s Cathedral, where you wander beneath the famous dome. Or discover an ancient temple, the London Mithraeum.
If you’re keen to do some Christmas shopping, One New Change is a short walk away and offers a range of big name brands; while The Royal Exchange features high-end boutiques in a charming setting.
Warm up with a drink or dinner at one of the many restaurants and bars nearby. The Ned houses six eateries and bars, including health-conscious Malibu Kitchen; stylish Coq d’Argent mixes modern French food with panoramic views; and Madison boasts unique views of St Paul’s Cathedral from its roof terrace.