No need to worry about fireworks being canceled because of dry conditions this year. Most Orlando area cities will be hosting a fireworks display this 4th of July.
In addition to regular night-time events, all of Orlando's major theme parks will be having special fireworks displays. For an inexpensive way to celebrate July 4th, see local city fireworks displays. Younger children might enjoy daytime events, parades and celebrations. Area museums and parks will be offering special events throughout the day including free admission to the Morse Museum of American Art.
Avoid the crowds and have a low-key, family friendly way to spend the day.
- Have a picnic at Turkey Lake Park.
- Head over to the beach with the family.
- Take a canoe adventure at Wekiwa Springs State Park.
Can't get enough fireworks? Get an early start at Cranes Roost Park's Red Hot & Boom - a popular pre-Independence Day fireworks extravaganza on July 3rd . This year's event starts at 4:00 with fireworks around 9:30.