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Macy's annual July 4thFireworks spectaclewill illuminate the Big Apple tomorrow, but not all viewing spots are made the same.
A stunning 25-minute display of 48,000 bullets will blow up five barges on the East River from 9:25 pm. Monday.
Here are eight free spots to check out the magic of fireworks techniques, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Masha P. Johnson State Park
This11 acre park in Williamsburg, formerly known as East River State ParkStretches along the East River. Near North Seventh Street. See the views of Williamsburg Bridge and Midtown Manhattan as fireworks fly.
90 Kent Ave., Brooklyn
East River Esplanade
This elevated waterfront observatory is opposite Queens' Hunters Point and has an unparalleled view of fireworks in Manhattan. Offers a place.
FDR drive between East 36th Street and East 41st Street, Murray Hill
Sutton Place Park
From thissmall park Above Loosevelt Island and Long Island City Watch the fireworks burst in the big view, including the view of the Queen's Boro Bridge.
Enter Sutton Place between East 56th and 57th Avenues
Bushwick Inlet Park
Williamsburg's waterfront greenery is North 9th and 12th. Stretching along the East River between the cities, there are many bars and restaurants nearby.
Enter Williamsburg between North Nineth Street and North 12 Street on Kent Avenue
Steivesant Cove Park
This two-acre park offers stunning views of Queens and Brooklyn lit by fireworks. You can see. You can enjoy unobstructed views just a few blocks south of the action.
24-20 FDR Drive Service Road Between 18th and 23rd Avenues, Gramercy Park
Gantry Plaza State Park
This 12-acre "riverside oasis" in Queens , Boasts spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. According to the city, it includes the Empire State Building.
4-09 47th Road, Long Island City, Queens
This land of Green Point has open lawns, seats and breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. There is a front promenade. For best visibility, get there early and get out to the pier.
End of Green Point Avenue, Green Point
Andrew Haswell Green Park
This East Side waterfront corner with pavilion boasts views of fireworks soaring across the Queen's Boro Bridge. I am.
East 60th Street and FDR Drive, Midtown East