Top 5 Places to Watch D.C. Area Fireworks

    If you want to have a great time watching the Fourth of July fireworks in Washington, D.C., avoid the National Mall and instead check out the following locations.

    These are the Independence Day settings that people dream of. These locations offer waterfront views, little to no crowds, and great cuisine. Toast to independence! Why not go on a cruise? You’ll have the best seats in the house. You can also head on over to the W Washington Hotel for an unbeatable rooftop view and some mixed cocktails.

    1. Cardozo High School

    Shhh. Don’t let anyone know, but this high school is one of the best places in Washington, D.C. to watch the fireworks. Don’t believe us? This school is just high enough on a hill that you have a great sight-seeing spot. Even standing a block away is still a great option.

     

    1. Washington National Cathedral

    Two spots at the National Cathedral you should take advantage of on the Fourth of July include the grassy slope and the parking lot.

     

    1. Francis Scott Key Bridge

    You can enjoy Independence Day by journeying to the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Enjoy the waterfront view and the lively nightlife of Georgetown once the fireworks are over.

     

    1. Meridian Hill Park

    Would you prefer to relax by lying down on the grass in one of Washington, D.C.’s most famous parks? Then check out Meridian Hill Park in Columbia Heights.

     

    1. McKinley Technology High School

    Located in the Northeast quadrant and don’t want to make the trek down to the National Mall? Fair enough. Head on over to the McKinley Technology High School instead for a choice vantage points of the fireworks.

     

     

     

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