America’s Top Christmas Tree Displays
The Holidays are officially here and there is a massive amount of twinkling lights to prove it! Another great reason to love the holidays is all of the dazzling Christmas trees popping up everywhere. We went on the hunt for our favorite trees across America, Here is what we came up with!
1. The Rockefeller Center Tree in New York City
This tree might actually be America’s favorite Christmas tree. The first Rockerfeller tree made its appearance in 1931 and has become a beloved tourist attraction. To be a contender for the role of this iconic tree the trees must be at least 65ft tall and 35ft wide! There is nothing like Christmas in New York City, if I do say so myself.
2. The National Christmas Tree in Washington D.C.
Nothing says American favorite quite like the National Christmas Tree in Wastington D.C. The president will even speak each year at it’s lighting ceremony! Not only is this tree amazing and beautiful you will be able to look at 56 more trees decorated nearby representing each state, the five territories, and the District of Columbia.
3. The Dallas Galleria Christmas Tree in Texas
This 95ft tree lights the indoor shopping center, the Dallas Galleria. It is the tallest indoor tree in the U.S. And boasts 250,000 lights and ornaments. If you thought it couldn’t get any better it sits in the middle of an indoor skating rink!
4. The Toledo Zoo Tree in Ohio
This Norway Spruce located in the Toledo Zoo stands 85ft tall and is covered in 35,000 lights. The zoo features bicycles so you can ride your way to this wonderful Christmas gem.
5. The Daley Plaza Christmas Tree in Chicago
As a resident of the Windy City this gorgeous tree just had to make our list! The Daley Plaza Tree is both colorful and charming and surrounded by a German Christkindlmarket. You can enjoy a hot coco, shop for some handmade German treat, or items, and enjoy this lovely Christmas tree.comments powered by Disqus