July 4th is always a spectacular spectacle in the city. Be sure to bring the whole family and celebrate Independence Day in the USA with the best fireworks in Philly.
Bank & Bourbon at Loews Philadelphia Hotel Located in the heart of center city, Bank & Bourbon fuses living history with warm sophistication. This legendary eatery offers guests an expansive drink menu and easy access to the hotel’s stunning 33-floor— the perfect place to kick back with a beer and enjoy the fireworks. Keep in mind that admission will be $15 for adults, but children under 13 will receive free entry. All guests must be visitors of the hotel, or diners at Bank & Bourbon. 1200 Market St., 215.231.7300, bankandbourbon.com
Assembly Rooftop Lounge Vibrant views and craft cocktails are all the rage at this ravishing rooftop lounge. Located atop The Logan, Assembly boats an exquisite outdoor space with unrivaled glimpses of Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Delectable drinks, like the fabulous frosé, and front-row seats to the fireworks await this Fourth of July weekend. 1840 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy., 215.783.4171, assemblyrooftop.com
Cira Green Escape the ordinary this holiday weekend with a burger and an ice-cold drink in hand at Philadelphia’s park in the sky. From outdoor games to divine dining options, like the Sunset Social, Cira Green is a sublime spot for the family this summer. This lavish outdoor lounge sits 12-stories high in the heart of University City, serving picture-perfect visions of the Schuylkill River. 129 S. 30th St., ciragreen.com
City Cruises City Cruises is taking the Fourth of July fireworks to the Delaware River this summer. Guests can play games, like giant jenga, or snap a few pictures in the boat’s photo booth. Not to mention, this three-hour cruise offers stunning views of the city skyline, a delicious buffet-style dinner and more. 401 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., 866.455.3866., cityexperiences.com
Moshulu Open for indoor and outdoor dining on the deck, the legendary Moshulu is the world’s oldest and largest square rigged sailing vessel still afloat. Using the finest local ingredients, this riverfront restaurant is whipping up your favorite American dishes with a modern twist. Sip on a cold glass of sangria as you enjoy picturesque views of the annual Delaware River fireworks this summer. 401 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., 215.923.2500, moshulu.com