by nycgo.com staff, 11/26/2013
The Little Neck–Douglaston parade in Queens. Photo: Joe Buglewicz
Memorial Day Parade
Memorial Day isn't just an excuse for springtime sales and a three-day weekend—it is, first and foremost, a time to honor those citizens who've served the United States in times of war. The City honors our fallen heroes with parades all over the five boroughs. The Little Neck–Douglaston parade in Queens is reputedly the largest. You can also follow Brooklyn's Memorial Day Parade (over 145 years old!), which begins at 87th Street and Third Avenue. In Manhattan, head uptown for a smaller parade in Inwood, which begins at Dyckman Street and Broadway.