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This place is so much fun! What happens to parade floats after the parade? They come here! It was really fun getting to see these floats that you have seen on TV, up close and personal. Make sure to visit the Shenandoah Caverns building as...More
It’s FREE. I did not even see a donation jar. The collection, parking, and bathrooms are accessible to the physically handicapped population. There is parking for RVers if you can making the swing. It is conveniently located from Interstate 81 and is a stone’s throw...More
We were unsure of what we were about to go into. Upon entering the building and being greeted by a lovely lady, she informed us it was free to enter and was about Parade Floats. What a unique and unusual place to see, but so...More
I had no idea what to expect when I walked into this place. It was interesting, but if you do not like large animatronic parade floats, find something else to do. It was kind of like an indoor graveyard for parade floats. It was interesting...More
This was one of the coolest places I've ever been - the floats are incredible to see in person, and there is a ton of information on when they were used & what they are made out of. I would highly suggest visiting to anyone...More
This is a hidden gem getting to see all of the various parade floats up close and learn there history.
There are about 20 different floats to see and they cover many different areas.
There is no entry fee to view the collection and it...More