10 Best Spots To Watch 4th Of July Fireworks in Miami
4th of July is almost here and you still don' know where to celebrate Indenpendance Day? Miami has tons of great spots to offer the most picturesque views on the fireworks show, and provided you arrive early and prepared, you're in for a hell of night.
From South Beach to Key Biscayne, and from Nikki Beach to Peacock Park, MamZam has prepared a map for you and selected 10 of the very best spots to properly celebrate America's 236th birthday. Happy 4th to all!
Map: Best Viewing Places for 4th Of July Fireworks In Miami
Open all day on 4th of July, Bayfront Park is the focal point of this year's America’s Birthday Bash. Includes a Kids Zone for youngsters, a Beergarten for adults, and many activities. Live music will play throughout the day. Great spot, but make sure to arrive early as it is also very popular. FREE ADMISSION.
301 N. Biscanyne Blvd. - www.bayfrontparkmiami.com
Always offering spectacular views on the Biscayne Bay, Tamiami Park will be open late for 4th of July fireworks display, a great occasion to get away from Downtown crowds and noisy beaches, and enjoy the show with family.
11201 SW 24th St - http://www.miamidade.gov
Fire on the Fourth Festival
What best way to enjoy the 4th of July fireworks than on a cool sandy beach overlooking the Biscane Bay? Miami Beach's Fire on the Fourth Festival will feature live jazz and blues music on top of one of the best fireworks show in Florida, but make sure to arrive very early to avoid traffic and find the best spot. FREE ADMISSION.
Eighth Street Beach and Ocean Drive - miamiandbeaches.com
Black Point Park and Marina
Why not enjoy this great city park during the day biking or fishing before enjoying one of the most awesome view of Miami's 4th of July fireworks? FREE ADMISSION.
24775 SW 87th Ave., Cutler Bay - www.miamidade.gov
The iconic Biltmore Hotel is also one of Miami's favorite spot for 4th of July fireworks. Grab a bite at Stars and Stripes BBQ and a drink at the bar before heading for the golf course where you can enjoy a great show in beautiful natural settings. FREE ADMISSION.
1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables - www.biltmorehotel.com
Nikki Beach Miami
Nikki Beach is the place to go wild for Independance Day, as the "annual homegrown celebration of red, white and cool" will feature non-stop dance an DJs while you stuff yourself with burgers and prime BBQ. ADMISSION: $15.
One Ocean Dr., Miami Beach - www.nikkibeach.com
F.I.U. Biscayne Bay Campus
North Miami's Florida International University campus is a great vewing spot for 4th of July fireworks, and a nice way to spend the afternoon with the kids as children’s games will be offered as well as live music and entertainment. Great if you want to escape the most crowded beaches while still enjoying fireworks on Biscayne Bay from up close.
3000 N.E. 151st St., N. Miami - www.northmiamifl.gov
Peacock Park, COCONUT GROVE
Just like every year, Coconut Grove will offer a fireworks show after an afternoon of family fun at Barnacle Historical State Park with arts and crafts, picnic and hot dog eating contest. When the sun sets down head for Peacock Park where you'll enjoy a fine view of the fireworks in a beautiful, natural environment. BARNACLE: $5 (adults) / $2 (kids). PEACOCK PARK: FREE ADMISSION.
2820 McFarlane Road, Coconut Grove - www.coconutgrove.com
Village Green Park, Key Biscayne
Key Biscayne is holding its fun-filled annual 4th of July Parade and natiional anthem competition, before enjoying a great fireworks display from one of Miami's most famous and beautiful spots. As for other beaches on 4th of July, arrive as early as possible to avoid traffic and get the best viewing spot.
400 Crandon Blvd., Key Biscayne - www.kb4.org
4th of July Cruises on Biscayne Bay
Last but not least, a great way to enjoy unobstructed views and dreamlike visions on Biscayne Bay, you can call on many of the local cruise operators catering to all tastes, from the old-fashioned The Musette Yacht to the lavish Biscayne Lady.
Miami Cruises Operators - www.miamiandbeaches.com