List of Federal holidays 2025 in the U.S.

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These are the federal holidays in the United States in 2025:

  • New Year‘s Day – Wednesday, January 1, 2025
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Monday, January 20, 2025
  • President’s day – Monday, February 17, 2025
  • Memorial Day – Monday, May 26, 2025
  • Juneteenth – Thursday, June 19, 2025
  • Independence Day – Friday, July 4, 2025
  • Labor Day – Monday, September 1, 2025
  • Indigenous Peoples’/Columbus Day – Monday, October 13, 2025
  • Veterans Day – Tuesday, November 11, 2025
  • Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 27, 2025
  • Christmas Day – Thursday, December 25, 2025

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List of federal holidays 2025 in the U.S.

WednesdayJanuary12025New Year’s Day
MondayJanuary202025Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
MondayFebruary172025President’s day
MondayMay262025Memorial Day
FridayJuly42025Independence Day
MondaySeptember12025Labor Day
MondayOctober132025Indigenous Peoples’ Day /Columbus Day
TuesdayNovember112025Veterans Day
ThursdayNovember272025Thanksgiving Day
ThursdayDecember252025Christmas Day
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Federal law – 6103(a) of title 5 of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. 6103) – establishes the public holidays listed above for Federal employees.

Most Federal employees work on a Monday through Friday schedule.

  • So when a holiday falls on Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed,
  • and the following Monday is treated as a holiday when a holiday falls on Sunday.
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State and local governments may need to observe additional holidays depending on their jurisdiction.

Also, not all private businesses and employers observe federal holidays, and many may choose to alter their business schedules around these public holidays.

It is essential to check with your employer before scheduling time off for any of the above-listed federal holidays.

Here you can find more information about each federal holiday 2025.

New Year’s Day

Wednesday, January 1, 2025

New Year‘s Day 2025 falls on Wednesday, January 1.

People celebrate New Year’s Day by having parties, attending special events, or spending time with family and friends.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 

Monday, January 20, 2025

Year 2025, Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be observed on Monday, January 20. 

This federal holiday commemorates the life and work of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. It is a day to honor his legacy, reflect on his teachings and celebrate the progress made in the civil rights movement.

President’s Day 

Monday, February 17, 2025

President’s Day 2025 will be observed on Monday, February 17. 

This holiday is designated as “Washington’s Birthday” in the law, but the name President’s Day is commonly used.

It is a federal holiday in the United States that honors the office of the President and all past presidents.

Memorial Day 

Monday, May 26, 2025

Memorial Day 2025 falls on Monday, May 26. 

This day honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.

People often visit cemeteries and memorials to remember those who have served our country. Many communities also hold other events to pay tribute to veterans and commemorate their service.


Thursday, June 19, 2025

Juneteenth (also called Juneteenth National Independence Day) 2025 will be observed on Thursday, June 19.

This day commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. People typically gather to celebrate freedom, learn about this momentous event in U.S. history, and work toward social justice.

Independence Day

Friday, July 4, 2025

Year 2025, Independence Day falls on Friday, July 4.

Independence Day (also know as the 4th of July) marks the day when the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

People typically celebrate this day with barbecues and picnics, fireworks displays, and parades.

Labor Day

Monday, September 1, 2025

Labor Day 2025 will be observed on Monday, September 1.

This day celebrates the contribution of working people in American society by providing a paid holiday.

It is traditionally celebrated with parades, barbecues, and other events nationwide. People often use this time to relax, spend time with family and friends, and enjoy one last summer vacation before the start of school.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day / Columbus Day 

Monday, October 13, 2025

Indigenous Peoples’ Day/Columbus Day 2025 will be observed on Monday, October 13.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors the history and culture of indigenous people.

Columbus Day is celebrated on the same day, commemorating the arrival of Christopher Columbus in America in 1492.

Veterans Day 

Tuesday, November 11, 2025

The year 2025 Veterans Day falls on a Tuesday, November 11.

This federal holiday honors all the men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces. Parades, events, and services are held to commemorate their service and sacrifice.

Thanksgiving Day 

Thursday, November 27, 2025

Thanksgiving Day 2025 falls on Thursday, November 27.

This national holiday celebrates the harvest season and is traditionally celebrated with family gatherings, feasts, and parades. People often take this time to reflect on what they are thankful for and spend quality time with their loved ones.

Christmas Day

Thursday, December 25, 2025

Christmas Day 2025 falls on Thursday, December 25.

It’s a widely celebrated holiday in the United States and many other countries worldwide.

People typically exchange gifts and attend religious services to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Other festive activities include decorating homes and Christmas trees, singing carols, and attending special events to mark the occasion.

These holidays land on the same day each year:

Federal HolidayDay of the year
New Year’s DayJanuary 1 
Martin Luther King, Jr. DayThe third Monday in January 
President’s DayThe third Monday in February
Memorial DayThe last Monday in May 
JuneteenthJune 19 
Independence DayJuly 4 
Labor DayThe first Monday in September 
Indigenous Peoples’ Day / Columbus DayThe second Monday in October
Veterans DayNovember 11 
Thanksgiving DayThe fourth Thursday in November 
Christmas DayDecember 25
Federal holidays that fall on the same day each year

Other important dates in 2025

Here are some other important days/popular holidays you might like to add to your calendar:

  • Valentine’s Day – Friday, February 14, 2025
  • St. Patrick’s Day – Monday, March 17, 2025
  • Good Friday – Friday, April 18, 2025
  • Easter Sunday – Sunday, April 20, 2025
  • Mother’s Day – Sunday, May 11, 2025
  • Father’s Day – Sunday, June 15, 2025
  • Halloween – Friday, October 31, 2025

What does it mean to have a federal holiday?

A federal holiday is a public holiday recognized by the national government of a country.

Such holidays are often established in honor of certain people or events and are typically celebrated on the same day each year.

Government offices and other institutions may be closed during a federal holiday, while private businesses and schools may observe the holiday or remain open.

Most federal employees in the U.S. are entitled to paid leave for federal holidays or a holiday premium pay rate for working on these days.

Regular federal holidays are also important to maintaining a healthy work/life balance and giving citizens time to spend with family and friends, celebrate special occasions, enjoy leisure activities, or simply relax and recharge.

Federal holidays by year

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