Fourth Of July Fireworks

Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Independence Hall in Philadelphia is where the Declaration of Independence was signed and our nation was born. Philly’s Fourth of July Jam and Grand Finale Fireworks take place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with a free concert beforehand. For more information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Miami
Miami
Huge fireworks light the Miami night sky. The city holds many parades and fireworks celebrations to celebrate the July 4th holiday. Click here for a list of the firework displays. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Seattle
Seattle
The city of Seattle celebrates the nation's birthday with the Space Needle looking on in the background. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Dallas
Dallas
Dallas residents and visitors can watch the city's largest display from various locations around the city, including the African American Museum, Dallas Historical Society/Hall of State, Texas Museum of Automotive History, Texas Discovery Gardens and The Children's Aquarium at Fair Park. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
San Francisco
San Francisco
Fireworks explode over San Francisco Bay and light up the Golden Gate Bridge. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Mount Rushmore
Mount Rushmore
Looking at some of our most revered presidents is a great way to celebrate our nation's birthday. Alas, Mount Rushmore eliminated the fireworks portion of its July 4th celebration in 2011. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
San Diego
San Diego
The San Diego fireworks display is launched from barges in the San Diego Bay and can be viewed from 5 locations around North San Diego Bay and the Imperial Beach Pier. For more information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Detroit
Detroit
Fireworks light up downtown Detroit. Those unable to watch the city fireworks can head over to Comerica Park, where the Tigers will have their own fireworks display after the game. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Washington D.C.
Washington D.C.
Spectators line the National Mall to view the Washington fireworks. People also watch from their boats in the Potomac River. The Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial make for an impressive setting. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon
The July 4th fireworks above Portland can be viewed from hills and tall buildings around the city. For more information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Charlotte
Charlotte
Fireworks light up the Uptown area of Charlotte skyline during their July 4th celebration. There are multiple events around the Charlotte area. For more information click here (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Boston
Boston
Bostonians gather along the banks of the Charles River to watch the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular. For more information click here (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
New York City
New York City
The Macy's Fourth of July fireworks is the largest display in the country. They are launched from barges in the Hudson River and can be viewed from many parts of Manhattan and New Jersey. For More information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh
The July 4th fireworks in Pittsburgh wrap up the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. For more information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago's fireworks light up the sky over Lake Michigan. Navy Pier is the place to be for the celebration, with the fireworks set against the city's skyline. For more information click here. (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)
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