Ready to see one of the most important and gorgeous things that Christmas brings to our city? The Christmas trees are something that we all love! All the sparkling light giving hope to the entire city! The enchanted aura of Christmas arrive and you can´t miss these wonderful Christmas trees that are all over the city inviting you for a walk.
At the American Museum of Natural History a team of volunteers worked for months to create 500 origami figures for this tree, featuring some of the most venomous animals found in the museum.
It was in Madison Square Park that the America’s first community Christmas tree was lit in Madison Square Park on Christmas Eve in 1912. A historical place full of joy and animation this days.
The most famous tree of the city of NYC, the Rockefeller Center, is one that marks the beginning of Christmas season wen is lighted up. Created during the height of the Depression, before Rockefeller Center was even completed, is a historical place.
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Sing carols with friends and family at the Washington Square Park, while the 45 foot fir is lighted under the Washington Square Arch. Fell the magic of this wonderful tree.
In Bryant Park you can enjoy the free skating rink while you take a look at this year’s amazing 50 foot Norway spruce.
What’s your favorite Christmas in New York City? Why do you love it so much? There are some cool stories that occurred near that tree? Share then with us!