By Paula @ Holiday World

But of course!

Did you know we're the only park in n the world with a 4th of July themed section?

And so, on America's Indepen- dence Day, we'll have a specta- cular fireworks show at the end of the day, which is 30 minutes later than usual for a summer weekday: 9pm CDT (that's 10pm EDT).

Every year we're asked to reveal where the best spot is to view the fireworks.

Our fireworks will be shot off from north of the park (on the other side of Splashin' Safari), and they'll fly high in the sky. So as long as you're not standing under a grove of trees or inside a building, you should be able to see from just about anywhere in the park. Or even in our parking lots.

And is the 4th of July super-busy?

It's a vacation week, so we're definitely starting to get busier than in May and June, but the 4th is usually about the same as the other days that week. So if you like fireworks, this is the place to be!

Ever wondered what it looks like from the vantage point of the fireworks setter-offer?

We strapped a GoPro camera on one of the crew members a few years ago and here's what he saw:

Hope you can join us to help celebrate our nation's birthday!

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4 Responses to “Fireworks on July 4th?”

  1. Matthew Eash

    We will of course be watching the fireworks at Holiday World on the 4th, however we’re staying in the area all week and are wondering what other fireworks displays are in the area?

  2. HoliBlog

    Sorry, haven’t heard anything about other fireworks in the area just yet. You might want to contact the local visitors bureau to get a copy of their list when it’s ready: Thanks!

  3. Courtney Ulrich

    Are the fireworks free to watch or is there an admission fee?

  4. HoliBlog

    There’s no extra charge – they’re included with admission tomorrow. Hope you can join us!