2013 NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

image via TimeOut New York

Are you coming to New York this Easter? Do you want to take part in the Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival?  Great!  Here are the essential details that you will need to know:

What: The NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival is an annual tradition that takes place in Midtown Manhattan.  This is one of the less organized parades that the city has to offer, but it is still loads of fun.  Make sure you bring your favorite bonnet (extravagant hat) and celebrate with the crowd.

Where: The parade is on Fifth Avenue between 47th Street and 57th Street

When: It begins at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. on Easter Sunday

Don’t expect any big floats or marching bands in this parade.  The spectacle is featured around the outfits and bonnets of those who come, so it’s safe to say that the Snoopy balloon will not be making the trip down Fifth Avenue.

For some more information on sightseeing in New York City, visit newyorksightseeing.com

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