Best Places to See Fireworks in Alabama
Celebrate the 4th of July in “The Heart of Dixie”. There are so many places to celebrate our nation’s independence, but these 5 best places to see fireworks in Alabama will have you wishing the 4th was year round!
What’s more American than a baseball game? Add in fireworks after the 6:05 p.m. game, and you’ll have a celebration you’ll want to repeat year after year. Get tickets early for this annual event at Riverwalk Stadium. Grab a hot dog, some popcorn, watch the game, and enjoyed what makes America awesome this 4th of July!
Thunder on the Mountain at Vulcan Park
Outside the Vulcan museum stands the Vulcan man statue. Each 4th of July (rain or shine), the sky lights up around this iron man. Join the fabled Alabama tradition with this 20 minute show beginning at 9 p.m. The fireworks, which are hailed as one of the best shows in the state, will be choreographed to music.
Main Street at The Wharf
This blast will begin with a street party, complete with kids’ activities on July 3. The fireworks show will also be on Monday this year and will begin at 8:45 p.m. The party will continue into the night after the fireworks with spectacular shows! The Wharf at Orange Beach is a family-friendly place to spend the holiday weekend in Alabama.
The best show in Northern Alabama begins at 9 p.m. on the 4th of July. This festival focuses on the men and women who have served our country and made our freedom possible. Festivities begin with a children’s parade. Families can also spend the time before the fireworks splashing in Point Mallard Waterpark (admission applies) for water fun for all ages. The field will open for fireworks’ viewing at 6 p.m., so get your spot early for a show you won’t forget!
For a 4th you’ll all remember, head to Dublin Park in Madison. Highlights before the fireworks include a 70 ft. obstacle course and 62 ft. waterslide to beat the heat. Entertainment goes on all day with music, inflatables, face painting, and more! Park at Bob Jones High School and take the shuttles beginning at 1:45 p.m. and ending at 8:45 p.m. for pickup. Shuttles will take you back to the lot after the fireworks, which begin at 9 p.m.
When planning your 4th of July festivities, don’t forget about these 5 best places to see fireworks in Alabama. For family fun and breathtaking fireworks, you can’t beat Alabama’s celebrations!
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