Celebrate July 4th with Hyatt Regency! Stay for $99 and 50% valet parking July 3-9. Ooh & Aaa @ Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park Fireworks July 4 or stay here after catching the Braves vs. Marlins (w/ stadium fireworks July 4). Or declare your Independence, and hope for a break in the clouds to check out their cool new pool. And if all else fails, just sit back and enjoy the all-you-can-eat pie bar at Sway. Yum! Click here to book your stay.
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*As of right now, the 4th of July fireworks are still on! Check out their website for immediate updates.
Celebrate in red, white and blue at the best place in Atlanta to see fireworks three nights in a row at Stone Mountain Park with the Fantastic Fourth Celebration. Sure today might be wet but it will probably keep the crowds dow. Fantastic Fourth Celebration was voted the “Best Place to see Fireworks in Atlanta” by Atlanta Journal-Constitution readers, a “Must-See Fireworks Show” by USA Today and one of Reader’s Digest’s picks for “America’s Most Spectacular Fourth of July Fireworks.” And they haven’t had to cancel 4th of July fireworks for at least the last 16 years!
*As of right now, the 4th of July fireworks are still on! Check out their Twitter and Facebook page for immediate updates.
Lenox Square is proud to host Atlanta’s Independence Day tradition and the largest fireworks show in the Southeast in their 54-year-old celebration. Families can enjoy a fun day of activities starting at 3 p.m. which includes a variety of inflatables, bungee jumps and more in the Lenox Square Kids Zone. And then get ready for a diverse entertainment line-up starting at 6 p.m. The much-anticipated fireworks display starts at 9:40 p.m. and lasts approximately 16 minutes. Approximately 200,000 people are expected to attend! Kid-less folks can take advantage of the Tin Lizzy’s Cantina VIP Area! It’s only $10 and includes a best view for fireworks, one drink, and discounted food & adult beverages! 21+ only!
*As of right now, the 4th of July fireworks are still on and festivities planned will continue rain or shine. Check them out on twitter for up to date information.
Come celebrate Centennial Olympic Park’s 4th of July Celebration presented by Coca-Cola and WSB-TV. Enjoy a night of fun and entertainment for the entire family, including downtown Atlanta’s best fireworks display. Park gates open at 6 p.m. and fireworks start at approximately 9:45 p.m. The finale of the evening is Centennial Olympic Park’s Fireworks Spectacular, Atlanta’s best fireworks display synchronized to a special selection of patriotic and popular music.
Red, White & View is the place to be for those who want to watch the 4th of July fireworks but don’t want to be out in the crowds. Families are invited to view the Centennial Olympic Park fireworks from the Aquarium’s parking deck rooftop at 7:30 p.m.: $15 for kids & $20 for adults and includes drinks, dessert, activities and crafts for the kids. Plus, there is a covered area in case it is still wet outside. Tickets are STILL available.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center celebrates the men and women who serve our country with a week of walk-up ticket specials! From now through Friday, July 5, all walk-up tickets for service men and women (fire department, police department and military) are only $5. LEGOLAND Discovery Center will be open during normal business hours on the 4th of July, (until 9 p.m.!) so families can enjoy a discounted day of LEGO building fun before attending the Legendary 4th at Lenox Square!