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The whole parade takes about 3 hours and ends at the department store chain’s flagship store at Herald Square.
2.5-mileThe parade starts at 77th Street and Central Park West at 9:00 AM on Thanksgiving morning, marching its 2.5-mile route from Central Park West to Columbus Circle, turning onto Central Park South and heading down Sixth Avenue before turning west at 34th Street and ending at 7th Avenue in front of Macy’s Herald Square.
Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day ParadeThe 100th Annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade is one of the city’s most beloved holiday traditions, and the longest-running Thanksgiving Day Parade in America.
This Thanksgiving, bundle up and drive to Detroit’s famous Woodward avenue to watch colorful floats, marching bands and live entertainment march along three miles of Woodward Avenue.
The 2021 parade begins at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving day, November 25. It commences at 77th Street and Central Park West. Over the course of the next three hours, the parade will venture south before concluding at 12 p.m. on 34th Street and 7th Avenue in front of Macy’s Herald Square.
9 a.m. ETThe Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade starts at 9 a.m. ET on Thursday, Nov. 25 and runs until 12 p.m. ET.
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Macy’s 2021 Thanksgiving Day Parade will air from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in all time zones on NBC. Viewers can tune into NBC through their cable provider, Hulu+ Live TV, or YouTube TV.
The three-hour parade is held in Manhattan, ending outside Macy’s Herald Square, and takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on Thanksgiving Day, and has been televised nationally on NBC since 1953. Employees at Macy’s department stores have the option of marching in the parade.
1924Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade/First event dateSo what was the first Macy’s Day Parade like? In 1924, Macy’s held its first parade but instead of focusing on Thanksgiving it was called Macy’s Christmas Parade. The parade was held just by store employees and the hope was the celebration would influence customers to shop for the coming Christmas holiday.
8:45 a.m.America’s Thanksgiving Parade starts on the corner of Kirby and Woodward in Detroit at 8:45 a.m. on Thanksgiving day.
President RooseveltAfter two years of confusion and complaint, President Roosevelt signed legislation establishing Thanksgiving Day as the fourth Thursday in November. Roosevelt, recognizing the problems caused by his 1939 decree, had announced a plan to return to the traditional Thanksgiving date in 1942.
New Route (2009-Present) From 77th Street and Central Park West, the route went south along Central Park to Columbus Circle, then east along Central Park South. The Parade would then make a right turn at 7th Avenue and go south to Times Square. Since then, the Parade has traveled down through this current route.
Felix the CatMacy’s Inc. Felix the Cat was the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade’s first ever giant balloon, introduced in 1927.
Thomas Jefferson refused to endorse the tradition when he declined to make a proclamation in 1801. For Jefferson, supporting the holiday meant supporting state-sponsored religion since Thanksgiving is rooted in Puritan religious traditions.
They describe a feast of freshly killed deer, assorted wildfowl, a bounty of cod and bass, and flint, a native variety of corn harvested by the Native Americans, which was eaten as corn bread and porridge.