Biden Inauguration: All the Must-See Photos from the Parade
See the day's most majestic shots, from the motorcade to President Biden's entire family walking hand-in-hand
The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps perform as they make their way down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Members of the D.C.'s Metropolitan Police Department ride by the White House on motorcycles during the 59th presidential inauguration parade on Jan. 20.
An honor guard lines up outside the White House, surrounded by Biden-Harris banners.
The honor guard is seen stretching back down the avenue.
The marching band from Howard University, Vice President Kamala Harris' alma matter, livens up the parade with their performance.
The motorcade proceeds to Arlington National Cemetery, where Biden and Harris placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
After being sworn in as the 46th President, Biden rides in his limo while police officers salute him.
President Biden exits his limo outside the White House to walk the remainder of the motorcade.
Biden's family walks along the shortened parade route outside the White House in this zoomed-out shot.
President Biden strolls down Pennsylvania Avenue surrounded by his family, including wife Jill, daughter Ashley and son Hunter, and his grandchildren.
President Biden jogs over to Today anchor Al Roker to give him a friendly fist bump during the parade.
Vice President Harris and her husband, first-ever Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, wave to the pared-down crowd alongside Harris' great niece.
The Bidens wave from the steps of the White House before going inside with the rest of their family.
President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden embrace on the steps of their new home, the White House.