Best Places To Watch Fourth Of July Fireworks In NYC

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With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, it’s time to get ready for everyone’s favorite way to celebrate: fireworks. While you can find a fireworks show virtually anywhere, what better place to watch one than New York City?

Macy’s puts on an exciting fireworks show every year that starts around 9:25 pm. You can watch the show from almost anywhere in the city or on your television, but here are some fun places to stake out instead.


Ophelia Lounge

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Midtown’s most exciting new rooftop bar is offering a special event for the Fourth. Customers can pay $200 to watch the fireworks from Ophelia’s terrace and drink throughout the night. The bar is serving free, holiday-themed cocktails and delicious food.


The Ides

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The Ides is also offering a ticketed event to watch the fireworks. Customers can pay $100 for indoor tables with skyline views, $75 for outdoor tables with partial skyline views, and $50 for standing room.


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Brooklyn’s favorite dance club is offering a Fourth of July event starting at 10 pm.


Brooklyn Barge

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If you want to watch the fireworks from the water, the Brooklyn Barge is the perfect place. To watch directly from the water, make sure you purchase your $155 tickets.


Northern Territory

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Northern Territory is serving food and drinks to customers ages 21 and up. The bar is offering boozy cotton candy and festive cocktails. Tickets cost $60 and are only available to purchase with cash in person at 4 pm on July 4. $20 of the ticket price goes to Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, an organization that aids refugees coming to the United States.


With all of the options for look-out spots, the fireworks show in New York City is sure to be a blast!


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