Thinking of watching 4th of July fireworks in Greenwich? Great news, the 2021 Greenwich Fireworks Display is back! New this year, instead of holding fireworks display at Binney Park and Greenwich Point Park (Tod’s Point Beach), the Town of Greenwich will only have fireworks at Greenwich Point Park. The Fireworks display in Greenwich will be spaced out over 2 days. Spacing out the fireworks display will allow the town to manage capacity and control crowd, making it safer for attendees. Below is a guide to watching the 2021 fireworks in Greenwich, CT.
When is the 2021 Greenwich Fireworks?
The 2021 Greenwich Fireworks will be held on Saturday, July 3, 2021 and Monday, July 5, 2021. Spacing the fireworks display over 2 days will allow the Town of Greenwich to control capacity.
What Time Will the 2021 Greenwich Fireworks Start?
The 2021 Greenwich Fireworks will start at approximately 9:15pm. Definitely go early, to secure a spot on the beach to watch the fireworks display!
Where is the 2021 Greenwich Fireworks?
The 2021 Greenwich Fireworks will be held at Greenwich Point Park (Tod’s Point Beach) at 7 Tod’s Driftway, Old Greenwich, CT.
Is there Parking to View the Fireworks?
Yes, there will be parking to view the 2021 Greenwich Fireworks. However, Greenwich Point Park will be closed at 8pm or once parking has reached its capacity, whichever comes first. Get there early!
Can I drop-off or pick-up passengers at Greenwich Point to watch the Fireworks?
Greenwich Point Park will be closed for entry after 8pm so you will not be able to drop-off or pick-up passengers before or after the Fireworks Display event.
Do I need Beach Passes to Watch the Fireworks in Greenwich, CT?
Yes, you will need beach passes and parking passes to enter Greenwich Point Park to watch the fireworks. Before 5pm, beach passes and parking passes are required for everyone to enter Greenwich Point Park. After 5pm, either a beach pass or park pass is required to enter Greenwich Point Park. Non-residents must buy a single-entry beach pass and parking pass to watch the fireworks.
Can I Pack a Picnic to Watch the Fireworks?
Yes, definitely bring your picnic basket and towels to watch the Greenwich fireworks display. Make it a beach day, get there early to secure a spot on the beach! Have fun at this family friendly event!
Happy 4th of July Everyone! Stay Safe!
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