Easter in New York City, New York City Easter Parade

The parade begins at Fifth Ave. and 49th Street near St. Patrick's Cathedral and continues up Fifth to 55th Street. Streets closed to traffic.



Typically 10AM - 4PM


Easter Sunday

The Easter Day Parade in New York City is a tradition dating back to the 1800s and the Civil War days. Easter bonnets, flamboyant headgear and costumes are worn by parade participants and onlookers alike. The Eggstravaganza in Central Park is a must for families with children. And for that Easter dinner, restaurants around town offer up every sort of traditional ethnic fare.

Images of the Easter Parade in New York City

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