The Super Bowl victory parade will kick off at 11 a.m. (ET) at Battery Place and Washington Street and will head northbound through the stretch of Broadway, known as the Canyon of Heroes, to Worth Street.
The parade will then be followed by a ceremony at City Hall Plaza where New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will present the Giants with keys to the city.
During the parade, the Giants will be showered with at least 30 tons of recycled confetti from skyscrapers lining the Broadway. Lucky 250 Giants fans got a pair of tickets each, to take part in the festivities at City Hall.
All eyes will be on Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who was named MVP for the second time in his career. He completed 30 out of 40 passes for 296 yards and a touchdown at the SUper Bowl XLVI.
For those who can't make it to the victory parade or to the City Hall, there's good news - you can watch the victory parade from the comfort of your office (or home) via live streaming online.
The parade will be televised live by NBC Sports Network while ESPN and NFL Network will also cover some part of the victory parade.
ABC New York will be streaming live coverage of the parade here.
The parade can also be watched live on Fox NY.
You can also try this site to watch the parade live.
If you're watching it on the telly, you'll be happy to know that CBS (Channel 2), WNBC (Channel 4), NY1 (Channel 1) and MSG Network will cover the parade live.