If you live in Lansdale, you'll have to wait until August 25 at Founders Day to see fireworks.
You'll have to check out Skippack or Abington.
The closest spots to see fireworks this Fourth of July are lined out below, aggregated from scouring info on communities and places on the web:
- Skippack Township has a July 4th parade at 11 a.m. Fireworks go off at dusk at , according to ILoveSkippack.com. Palmer Park is located next to the Skippack Township building and Skippack Elementary, between Heckler and Creamery roads. Parking is off Heckler and Creamery roads. Find out more at this link.
- Waltz Golf Farm in Limerick at 303 Ridge Pike, has half-off mini golf, the band Tropical Soul and fireworks viewing along Ridge Pike at 9:30 p.m., according to Montgomery Life.
- Lower Providence sets off fireworks at Eagleville Park around 9:15 p.m., according to Lower Providence Township.
- Abington Township presents, for the 13th year, “America the Beautiful Aerial Fireworks Spectacular,” at 9 p.m. Best seats are from the senior and junior high school parking lots. The fireworks go off at the maintenance yad on Florey Lane, next to the atheltic fields.
- Abington and Cheltenham townships host the 108th annual July 4th Parade at 4 p.m., beginning at the VFW 676 at Roslyn Avenue and ending at Keswick Avenue.
- A children's celebration will take place at 10 a.m. at Renninger Memorial Park in Glenside at Keswick Avenue and Waverly Road. There will be a decorated bike and stroller parade competition, with field sports at 10:30 a.m. Refreshments at noon. The children's portion of the event is supported by Abington Commissioner Carol Gillespie and the William R. May Funeral home,