The further away from light pollution you can get, the better.
This meteor shower is famous because it derives from material trailing behind the best-known comet, Comet 1P/Halley.
"Nonetheless, tonight we have no bright moon to interfere with observations, so dedicated observers might want to try".
It will be a moonless night, too, according to NASA, meaning that - barring cloud cover - up to 10 to 15 meteors per hour will be visible before dawn. Look away from the constellation toward the eastern sky or the western edge of the Orion constellation. This shower can been seen from anywhere on Earth except Antarctica.
Then sit back and enjoy the show.
Is this our best viewing chance?
Lots of astronomers are looking forward to the 2017 Orionids because the skies are due to be particularly dark and clear this year, which should make them easier to spot!
It's advisable to take a trip out of your city to find somewhere more remote as this will prevent the experience from being ruined by artificial lights.