Palos Verdes Locations To View Firework Shows

Palos Verdes Locations to View Firework Shows


Palos Verdes homes owners have a great opportunity on the peninsula to enjoy this wonderful holiday.  Beginning in the morning hours at Malaga Cove School or Point Vicente Park in Rancho Palos Verdes, there are day long celebrations. (Click here to read more about these activities.)  After dusk we are lucky to be able to watch fireworks from the Peninsula up and down the coast in the skies above local South Bay cities.  Off the coast of Torrance Beach (shot from a barge) at 9:00 p.m., there will again be a great fireworks show which is privately funded.  This is a free event and will attract many people who will come to enjoy daytime beach activities and stay for the evening fireworks show.  As Torrance’s Wilson Park show is still cancelled due to a lack of funding, more people may be heading to Torrance Beach and parking may be challenging.

A little further up the coast in Redondo Beach, Seaside Lagoon will once again be celebrating the holiday beginning at 2:00 p.m.  You can enjoy water games and fun, arts and crafts, Jim Gamble puppet show and musical entertainment.  There is a cover charge for entrance, and it does sell out early so purchasing tickets early is a must.  For more information on the Lagoon and/or to purchase tickets go to Also in Redondo Beach the 65′ vessel “Voyager” will be giving riders a birds eye view of the coastline fireworks.  Starting at the Redondo Beach marina, the boat will cast off at 8:30 p.m. and bring you back at 10:00 p.m.  The cost is $25 adult/$15 for kids.  For reservations call (310) 944-1219.

On the other side of the Peninsula in San Pedro, Cabrillo Beach will once again present their fireworks show at 9:00 p.m.  This is a great place to bring the family down to the beach to enjoy the local show.  And if weather permits, from Cabrillo Beach you can also view the firework show off of the Queen Mary in Long Beach.

Choose your location and get ready for the Fourth of July fireworks.  Just grab a blanket and enjoy!

To view my previous Fourth of July article click here.

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