At their peak, the Orionids could see as many as 20 of the meteors streaking across the sky. That makes it a relatively muted meteor shower compared with some of the other annual displays, but it still should be visible for the ground. And what they might lack in quantity they can make up for in quantity: the Orionids are known in particular for the brilliance of some of their lights, making them especially easy to spot.
As ever, astronomers recommend heading out to somewhere with relatively little light pollution so that the night sky is more visible. Find somewhere dark and allow your eyes to adjust before looking up into the sky – wherever you’d like, and with no special equipment needed at all. In keeping with their name, the meteor shower will be most visible from famous constellation of Orion.
But in practise, you can look just about wherever you want – and some experts recommend looking up with friends, so that you can survey the entire sky at once.