And the good news is you will not need any instruments, such as telescopes and binoculars, to enjoy the spectacle.
Meteors are far too fast to track so you will instead have to rely on your eyes.
The Royal Observatory said: “Hunting for meteors, like the rest of astronomy, is a waiting game, so it’s best to bring a comfy chair to sit on and to wrap up warm as you could be outside for a while.”
Find a comfortable and preferably dark spot where you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the night sky.
Big cities like London are not ideal because of light pollution but keep your hopes high and check your local weather forecast for the night of the peak.