American Celebration on Parade, Quicksburg
(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a great find located just off of Route 81. Coming from Philadelphia it brought back memories of the Thanksgiving Day Parade and the floats. Grandchildren loved it here. 
  • You can see a number of floats that have participated in the Rose Bowl, Thanksgiving Day and Inaugural parades. It will only take a few minutes to walk through if you're in the area. 
  • It's included in your admission to Shenandoah Caverns, and well worth a visit. A few floats that were there last year are gone, but the many that remain are beautiful. 
  • This is my 3rd visit but my childrens 1st and they had a blast as I have in the past...
  • Cool seeing huge floats, wouldn't pay extra to see
  • Had so much fun at this place. Really cool to see all these floats!
  • This museum was interesting enough. If the admission was not included in the caves package, I wouldn't recommend going, but since it's "free," it's ok. The floats are interesting enough, and there's some information given on each one: its history, how it came about, etc. but the museum has many opportunities for improvement. For instance, I would have been interested in seeing how floats are/were created and how technology has influenced the process. Also, there wasn't any rhyme or reason to their arrangement; I think a chronological layout would greatly benefit the attraction.