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Fifth Avenue is closed off for several hours on Easter Sunday for all to show off their Easter bonnets and outfits. Dressed up dogs and babies galore. Bring your camera and spend a few hours strolling up and down the street. Impromptu dancing and modeling...More
Imagine shutting down 5th Avenue to have an impromptu fashion show in the middle of the street. Throw in a dog show, street performers, and a couple of hundred people with their families, taking pictures and you have a very basic idea of the New...More
A gathering of young and old artists or who wants to dress up during the occasion. Usually attendees have decorated hats and bonnets and are willing their photos taken. If you are a photographer or videographer, prepare for a crowded area. Don’t forget to visit...More
The Easter Bonnet Parade is simply joyful. Yes there are crowds, but since it isn't a "parade" as you think of it - it is more of a meander around to see and be seen - the crowds aren't annoying.
From elegant to whimsical from...More
A NYC Easter tradition since the 1880s.
The thick of it is in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center and up to 57th Street where it ends by Tiffany. A mix & match with new outfits and extravagant hats.
Anyone can participate. Children, adults...More
It’s actually not a “parade “. People with decorated hats and bonnets are in their Sunday’s best dress hang out in the street along 5th ave from 47st to 54th street. People keep in walking taking pictures.