The Macy’s Fireworks 2010 will be shown on the Hudson River again for the second year in a row! Westsiders are happy, Eastsiders not as much. Whichever side you live on, it’ll be a great half-hour show and it’s suppose to be bigger and better than ever. Make sure you get there early and land yourself a spot where you can see the show (unless you’re one of the lucky ones and can watch from your roof!). Walk to the West side between 23rd and 59th Streets and you’ll have a clear view. It gets very, very crowded, so be warned, otherwise you can always watch the show from your TV. This NYC tradition is what makes the holiday weekend so spectacular, you won’t forget what you did this July 4th!
Come out tonight to Coney Island to watch some fireworks!Â We’re celebrating the 4th one day early on the Coney Island Boardwalk.Â The show starts at 9:30pm and it is actually a weekly event.Â Every summer Friday you can see fireworks right there by the beach, so if you can’t make it out for the special ones tonight, come next week.Â There will be no buildings in your way blocking the view, and it shouldn’t be too crowded as there is plenty of room on the boardwalk and on the beach.Â Get there earlier in the day to see what other fun events they’re hosting.
Coney Island July 3rd Fireworks
Google Map Coney Island Fireworks
Yes it’s true, the Macy’s Fireworks are going to be shown on the Hudson River this year instead of the East River. Don’t miss this fantastic show Macy’s puts on every year for the last 33 years, it’s next week Saturday on July 4th! We are celebrating America’s 233rd Birthday and the 400th anniversary since Henry Hudson made his voyage on his river. The show is scheduled to start at 9pm, so make sure you get a good view before the festivities start. You can see the over 120,000 fireworks from anywhere you are in the city, if you are somewhat near the Hudson River and there aren’t any buildings in your way. There are a few access points for the best views (Get there a few hours early! It get’s very crowded) and they are along 11th Avenue:
- 24th Street
- 26th through 30th Streets
- 34th Street
- 40th through 44th Streets
- 47th through 52nd Streets
- 54th through 57th Streets
I’m looking forward to the smiley face fireworks, and here’s a fun fact: the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks show uses 55 times more fireworks than the average American firework show!
The streets of Manhattan are always packed during the night of the 4th of July and a bunch of them close down, so it’s fun to walk in the streets. All of the hot dog trucks will be out that night and you can get those glow necklaces everyone loves. Enjoy the show and have a happy 4th of July!
Macy’s 4th Of July Fireworks