When the fireworks start, everyone — young to old, Democrat to Republican — will surely stop, stare and be amazed.
The fireworks on the National Mall promises to be bigger than ever, as two of the country’s biggest pyrotechnic companies donated their products and services for the event.
Below are places in the D.C. area where you can catch a peak of the national celebration.
And if you don’t want to deal with the crowds, the heat or the checkpoints and just want to see some small-town Independence Day extravaganza, here are some July 4 events outside of the District:
Anne Arundel County
Prince George’s County
- Long Bridge Park — ARLnow reports that the park will be for viewing the D.C. fireworks, and there are restrictions on what people are allowed to bring.
City of Fairfax
City of Falls Church
City of Manassas
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