Pasadena, CA – Though it’s now over, The Rose Parade of 2013 was a huge success, even for its 124th run. The 2013 Showcase of Floats proved so popular that it was still on display in Pasadena yesterday until 5 pm.
Those visiting or living in Los Angeles were still able to observe the flower-infused floats a day after the Rose Parade of 2013. The entire group was parked along Sierra Madre Blvd. between Sierra Madre Villa Ave. and Paloma St. and along Washington Blvd. Between Woodlyn Rd. and Sierra Madre Blvd, reports The Examiner.
The price to enjoy these Rose Parade floats last minute was $10, though kids under the age of five could see them for free. It took about two hours to see them all, but curious families had until 5 pm to get to the show.
According to KTLA, you can download a Tournament of Roses-produced audio tour of the floats. Visitors could listen along as they walked through the display of Rose Parade floats and can still do so if you’re taking an online tour. It might take a little imagination to feel as though you’re really there, but we believe in you.
Cameras were allowed, so there are plenty of pictures online of the Rose Parade of 2013, a few of which we have included below. No pets, bicycles, skateboards, skates, or Segways were allowed. I didn’t think anyone but cops still used Segways, but there you go.
For more information about the Rose Parade of 2013, you can visit the Rose Parade website here. Check out video and pictures below!