BOSTON (WWLP) – Boston will observe the Patriots Super Bowl win with a duck boat parade round town Tuesday. 22News is working for you with everything you want to be aware of whether you intend on attending the parade.

Time and date:

The success parade is scheduled for Tuesday in 11 a.m.


Parade Route:

The parade will kick off Tuesday in the Hynes Convention Center and then

  • Continue Boylston Street
  • Turn left on Tremont Street
  • Proceed and finish on Cambridge Street


Thousands are expected to arrive at the town to observe the Patriots huge triumph. MassDot is encouraging men and women who use or intend to utilize the MBTA Tuesday to plan for additional time and anticipate huge audiences.

Even though the Commuter Rail may have additional cars to accommodate extra passengers, individuals are invited to purchase round trip tickets beforehand online

Parade goers are advised against driving to the city, and rather are being encourages pushing to MBTA stations and taking train into Boston. Furthermore, there will be parking limitations set up round the parade road Tuesday.

Parking garages and lots around town are likely to fill up fast and individuals are invited to get into the city early and carpool when at all possible.

Heavy coats and snow boots could be left in the home with mild temperatures prediction without snow to speak of. Fans heading into the parade route early in the morning might need to compete with areas of fog. While icy spots aren’t anticipated from town, there may be a bit of freezing drizzle in the remote southern and southern suburbs in the daytime.

Temperatures will climb in the lower 50s F round the beginning of the parade throughout the late-morning hours and might get to the upper 50s until its completion. At that level, states will likely be 20-30 degrees above average for early February.

Fans spending some time in town throughout the night should anticipate some cold atmosphere to settle in. But, another storm and its own rain are forecast to hold off till late Wednesday night. That storm can bring jagged ice nicely west and north of town