The Peachtree Road Race starts the day — but what are you supposed to do after you get your six miles in? Let your friends at Papa John’s Atlanta help you decide.

We have the scoop on the best fireworks in the city. See if any of these special shows are in your neighborhood!

Centennial Olympic Park

Watch the brilliant fireworks among the memories of the Atlanta 1996 Summer Games. Gates at Centennial Olympic Park open at 6 p.m. and the show should start at 9 p.m. You can still get in your pool day, grill some hamburgers and then venture to downtown.

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Got big plans on the Fourth? Or plan to rest all day after the Peachtree Road Race? Good news — the Atlanta Motor Speedway is hosting a Fireworks Extravaganza with Papa John’s on Friday night! You can watch one of the biggest and best fireworks shows in the city AND see some of the fastest and loudest adrenaline-pumping drag racing in the South. Tickets are $8 for adults and free for children under 5. Get there at 6:30 p.m. and have a blast.

Turner FieldArizona Diamondbacks v Atlanta Braves

Our Atlanta Braves take on the Philadelphia Phillies on July 4 at 7:15 p.m. Support the players and get some choppin’ in, then stay for the fireworks. The show will begin promptly after the game. There is no better way to spend Independence Day than with America’s favorite past time and Atlanta’s finest.

Stone Mountain Park

The Fantastic Fourth Celebration at Stone Mountain Park was voted the “Best Place to See Fireworks in Atlanta” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. If you have not seen it — you must check it out! The Celebration spans July 2 – July 5. You can take in all the Stone Mountain has to offer, watch the Laser show and then see a special patriotic fireworks finale all four nights!

Go check out one of these great shows, or find an awesome rooftop or park in the area. Other than celebrating our independence — fireworks are the best part of this celebration! Happy Fourth of July!