Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade 2010: We Have Times, Maps & All The Exciting Details!

One more day! The 84th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade will be taking place in New York City, tomorrow morning and we have all the details, times, maps and information for those who are planning on attending.

On Thanksgiving Day, over 800 Macy’s volunteers will take up the task of entertaining millions of people who will line the streets of New York City for the big Parade. It’s a crazy job, but these clowns are up to the challenge.

Following is a list of the clown units featured in the 84th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade:

Birthday Party Clowns
Circus Clowns
Corny-Copia Clowns
Confetti Clowns
Funny Farm Clowns
Funny Firefighter Brigade Clowns
Half Baked Holiday Sweet Clowns
Hi! Roller Skating Clowns
Holiday Clowns
Jester Clowns
Keystone Cops & Robbers
Malt Shop Clowns
Parade Studio Artist Guild
Patriotic Clowns
Pirate Plankster Clowns
Pool Hall Clowns
Pre-K Clowns
Rag Doll Clowns
Safari Clowns with Butterfly Nets
Santa’s Toy Box Clowns
Silly Seaside Clowns
Sleepy Clowns
Spacey Clowns
Springtime Clowns with Bees
Western Clowns

Directions: The parade will begin at 77th Street and Central Park West, marching south on Central Park Wset. It will then turn east on Central Park South. When the Parade reaches 7th Avenue, the procession will turn south at the corner of Central Park South and march to 42nd street. It will then travel east along 42nd Street from 7th to 6th Avenues. At 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas), the parade will veer south and march to 34th Street. At 34th Street, the procession will head west to Herald Square, ending at 34th street and 7th Avenue.

The event is free and no tickets are needed. The best place for watching the parade is along Central Park West is available on the west side of the street. If you need a hotel during the festivities, the best place to find a list of accommodations is through www.nycgo.com.

If you would like more information please contact the Parade Hotline at 212 494 4495.

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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