2. America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit, Michigan
The Comeback city of America, Detroit, boasts a tradition that began as early as 1924. Being one of the oldest Thanksgiving Day Parades, you can expect to squeeze through a massive crowd with giant balloons, famous characters, marching bands, decorated floats, dance troupes, clowns, and so much more. And if you are lucky, you might even catch Mr. Clause with his elves, spreading some fun and frolic before the yuletide season officially sets in.
While this program is broadcast widely across many channels, you can always stay at these properties if you want to see it in person:
Atheneum Suite Hotel
The Westin Book Cadillac