More than 1000 cars participate in the Lincoln Children’s Museum inverse parade

The Lincoln Children's Museum thought of the idea because Saturday is their Superhero day.

More than one thousand cars participated in a parade downtown. The Lincoln Children’s Museum thought of the idea because Saturday is  their Superhero day.

“It was such a disappointment to have that not be able to happen this year,” said Tara Knuth, executive director for Lincoln’s Children’s Museum. “We started talking about how we can still give kids that experience and we know they’re tied up at home and they’re looking at something to do and we decided to do the inverse parade.”

Characters stood on the sidewalk and waved to families as they drove by. It happened along both sides of P St.,  from 13th St. to Centennial Mall. Everyone made sure that social distancing measures were followed.

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