People of all ages like to watch various parades, and they also like to watch dinosaurs. Therefore, the dinosaur parade float must be a must-see parade performance. In fact, some of the most famous and interesting parades in the world rely on dinosaurs to cheer and take pictures of the crowd.

First, let’s consider the American Thanksgiving parade in Detroit. In 2017, it debuted a spectacular float for the first time, aptly called the Dinosaur Parade. It is 125 feet long and contains colorful creatures including stegosaurus. When these beasts passed, the audience was almost stunned and surprised, unable to look away from them.

Dinosaur Parade Float

Dinosaur Parade Float

The Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, known as one of the three major New Year celebrations in the United States, is a precious tradition for local people and a must-see experience for tourists. In the 2012 edition, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles displayed an amazing float. There are three dinosaurs on it, one of them is just a roaring tyrannosaurus. This float built by volunteers is based on the museum behind the dinosaurs as a prototype, which is very cleverly combined.