July 4 Fun During Your Washington DC Timeshare Vacation

Wyndham Oldtown Alexandria timeshare resale.If you have never been to America’s capital for the July 4th celebrations, you really owe it to yourself to do this at least once in your life. And Washington DC and Washington DC-area timeshares make it easy to do and easy to share this patriotic experience with your children and perhaps grandchildren.

Two prime locations for a July 4 timeshare holiday are Wyndham Vacation Resorts At National Harbor Timeshares or Wyndham Oldtown Alexandria. From the SellMyTimeshareNOW.com website you can search Alexandria timeshare resales or simply go our improved search features and look for Washington DC timeshare to learn more about your options to buy or rent timeshare for a visit to our nation’s capital.

Must-See and Must-Do During Your Alexandria Timeshare Vacation

You can take in a lot of Independence Day fun on July 3rd,, at the National Mall when the Capitol Fourth Concert rehearses, including the National Symphony Orchestra. It’s minus the fireworks you will see there the next night, but offers a great opportunity to enjoy the music tune up in a smaller crowd and less distracting atmosphere.

You can watch the Washington DC Independence Day Parade on it parade route along Constitution Avenue and 7th to 17th Streets. The parade starts at 11:45 AM on July 4th. Or for a parade with a hometown feel, check out the Palisades Parade. If you arrive early, you can even participate in the fun and walk as part of the parade; no preregistration is required.

And of course, what you can’t miss in your July 4 holiday celebration are the fireworks. Scheduled for July 4 with a rain date of July 5, the biggest show in town kicks off at dark, around 9:15. The pyrotechnics are launched from beside the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool and create a spectacular backdrop for the Washington Monument.

Best locations to view the dramatic display are: the US Capitol, anywhere along the National Mall from the Capitol to 14th Street, Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, East Potomac Park, any of the rooftop bars in Washington DC, the FDR Memorial, the rooftop of the W. Hotel (which requires tickets for admission on that night), from a river cruise on the Potomac River, or from across the river at the United States Air Force Museum.