Fireworks are back! Just in time to celebrate America. Get ready to celebrate the big red, white and blue again. We’ve listed local firework celebrations below, along with a couple special events to celebrate. Cheers to another year America!




When: Friday, July 1st at 9:30pm (Rain Date: Saturday, July 2nd)

Location: Veterans Park (Kuser Road Entrance)

More info here.



When: Friday, July 1st at 9:30pm

Location: Rider University

More info here.


When: Monday, July 4th after game 

Location: Trenton Thunder Ballpark

More info here.


West Windsor

When: Friday July 1st & Monday, July 4th 

Location: L.E.A.D Fest State Fair at Mercer County Park Fairgrounds

Fireworks will happen at the L.E.A.D. Fest State Fair. More info here.


Fireworks show in Princeton

Patriotic Events

Fourth of July Jubilee

July 4th, 12-3pm

55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540

Morven Museum & Garden is swinging back to the 1960's in celebration of their current exhibition, Ma Bell: The Mother of Invention in New Jersey, which features the original TelStar satellite and so many other technological innovations made right here in New Jersey that affected the entire world for generations. The celebration will feature...

• A Jasper Johns American Flag activity, provided by the Arts Council of Princeton

• A meaningful 1960's Princeton adventure from the Historical Society of Princeton

• Live dancing in the gardens with the Luminarium Dance Company 

• Live music from the Green Planet Band

• Family ticket bundles available for $25 to view inside the Museum

• Food trucks will be on premises, including KonaIce and Potato Patoto

• And more!

Morven Museum - 4th July

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Princeton Battlefield

Reading of the Declaration of Independence

500 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ

When: Monday, July 4th, 12:00pm - 2:00pm

This year’s celebration will include Major General Rodney L. Faulk, Commanding General, 99th Readiness Division, and patriotic music sung by Krista Hastings, a graduate soprano from Westminster Choir College. As a highlight, there will be a dramatic reading of our Nation’s Declaration of Independence.

After the celebration, visit the historic Thomas Clarke House.

Before and after the Celebration please visit our pre-owned history book and gift tables.

Revolutionary War reenactors at the Princeton Battlefield

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