Fireworks Beyond Belief

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and that means hot dogs on the grill and fireworks in the sky. Now there are fireworks and there are FIREWORKS. That is to say, some fireworks displays are good and some are beyond belief. Where do you have to go to find the very best fireworks displays? Read on to find out.

 

 

 

Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

Chicago’s Navy Pier is a tourist wonderland with theaters, shops, and even an arboretum. Twice a week in the summer time, Navy Pier has a magnificent fireworks show over Lake Michigan.

 

 

 

Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks, New York, NY

 

The Big Apple knows how to do the Fourth of July right. Every July, NYC’s show, sponsored by Macy’s, illuminates America’s largest city. You haven’t seen the Statue of Liberty until you see it illuminated by the glow of fireworks.

 

 

The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, Boston, MA

 

What would make a Fourth of July Fireworks display even better? How about a score of patriotic music provided by the Boston Pops, one of America’s best orchestras?

 

 

 

Freedom Over Texas, Houston, TX

 

They say that things in Texas are bigger than things in other places. In keeping with that spirit, Freedom Over Texas, Houston’s fireworks celebration, is one of the biggest fireworks shows in the world.

 

 

 

Fourth of July, Washington, DC

 

Sometimes the best part of a Fireworks display is the setting. Watching the bright red glow of fireworks illuminating the Washington Monument and other famous landmarks is the perfect way to spend the Fourth of July.

 

 

Walt Disney World, Orlando Florida

 

Fireworks on the Fourth are fun, but you know what’s even more fun? Fireworks every single night of the year. Walt Disney World and Disneyland have multiple fireworks displays every single night.

 

 

Fourth of July, Philadelphia, PA

 

The city of Brotherly Love can also lay claim to being a city with a great Fourth of July fireworks show. Grab a cheesesteak and enjoy the Fourth of July in the city where the Second Continental Congress declared American independence from Great Britain.

 

 

 

This Fourth of July, if you get the chance, head to one of America’s great firework displays for a show that is truly beyond belief.