Thanksgiving Macys Parade

Timeline created by Camille Ithurralde
In History
  • The First Ever Macys Parade In 1924

    The First Ever Macys Parade In 1924
    This was the first-ever party was in 1924
    back in the day and still now this was something that you could never imagine possible.
  • 1930 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    1930 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    The first-ever Macy's parade was only 6 years ago and things have gotten better because of the technology there were bigger balloons
  • 1940 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    1940 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    The parades are 2.65 miles long with lots of people at each part of it. This must have been the best day for the little kid's life.
  • The 1950 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    The 1950 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    It was originally a Christmas parade. The original route was about 20 blocks south on Sixth Avenue near 14th Street.
  • The 1960 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    The 1960 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    Most people think that the balloons might be new but no.
    The balloons have been around almost since the beginning.
  • The 1970 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.

    The 1970 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
    The parade was the first broadcast on the radio. Because Macy wanted the people even without a TV to be able to listen to the parade.
  • 1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    1980 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    Some people might think that the route has always been the same but the route has changed over time. Because they wanted more people to see it.
  • 1990 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    1990 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    The century is almost over and they are still doing the parade
  • The 2000 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    The 2000 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    It is 2000 YAY! The party was big
  • 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    Superman once lost his arm to tree branches during one of the parades
  • 2020 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

    2020 Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
    Even with the COVID 19 they did it online we watched it and it made me happy. sometimes it rained during the parades.