Fireworks Kingdom take pride in the fact that we offer the finest selection of fireworks rockets available in the UK. Rockets form the centerpiece to any fireworks display and we have selected only the best rockets for our customers. Whether you are looking for a single rocket or a large rocket pack – Fireworks Kingdom is the place for you! We have every rocket you could possibly need from smaller ones for home displays to larger ones for professional events. Browse our exciting range below.
What are rockets? Rockets are fireworks that are propelled into the sky, where they explode, producing a single, double, or even triple burst effect! Rockets are one of the most popular fireworks in the world. Our rockets make the perfect finale - an explosion of sky-filling stars accompanied with a loud bang and a selection of beautiful colours.
All of our rockets are tried and tested times over to ensure that they are safe and satisfy all of your needs. We offer a range of rockets at highly-competitive prices. Take a look for yourself and be sure to give us a nudge if you need any help.
Q: What effects should I expect from a rocket?
A: Rocket fireworks shoot up into the sky, bang and produce bursts of colour. They often make a long whistle sound too!
Q: Who can purchase rockets?
A: Any adult aged 18 and over can purchase rockets, this law applies to all fireworks.
Q: How do I set up a rocket?
A: To set up a rocket, push the launch tube into the ground until it is stable. Angle the tube slightly away from the audience. Be sure to consider the direction of the wind when positioning the tube as the wind can tip the stick during flight.
Insert the rocket stick into the tube. Make sure that the rocket is loose in the tube before lighting as you do not want it to get stuck. Never insert the rocket stick directly into the ground. Do not fire rockets from bottles.
You may choose to attach the rocket tube to a wooden stake - this keeps the tube straighter. This is done by:
Q: What is the safe viewing distance for a rocket?
A: The safe viewing distance for a rocket is 8 to 25 meters. (dependant upon the category)
Q: Where and when can I use a rocket?
A: You can use rockets on your own land or property. You can only use them on other people's property if you have their consent. It is against the law to use any type of firework in a public space. Fireworks can be used any day of the year between the hours of 7am and 11pm. There are certain events where fireworks can continue until midnight and a little after, these include bonfire night and new year.