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Rose Bowl parade floats now on display in Pasadena

The City of Beverly Hills float is one of 45 now on public display in Pasadena.
The City of Beverly Hills float is one of 45 now on public display in Pasadena.Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

If you missed the colorful 125th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena on New Year's Day, now is your chance to see these brilliant creations up close for amazing photo opportunities.

All 45 floats that made their way down Colorado Boulevard are on display at East Sierra Madre and East Washington boulevards until 5 p.m.

Throughout the day on January 2, scores of volunteers will be available to answer questions regarding construction of the wheeled platforms and the many types of flora and seeds utilized to design individual ones.

It'll take about two-and-a-half hours to view the floats along the 2.5-mile display. Ticket prices are set at $10.

To avoid traffic congestion, it's best to hop aboard Metro Rail, L.A.'s rapid transit system.