Norway Spruce

The Christmas Tree is lit during 81st Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 4, 2013 in Midtown Manhattan. (credit; Getty Images)

Crowds Wowed At Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting

One of New York City’s favorite holiday traditions also means crowded streets and a high amount of traffic.


Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lift

Rockefeller Center Tree Installed; Workers Prep For Nov. 30 Lighting Ceremony

As the Christmas season approaches, New York City begins its transition into a winter wonderland and few decorations compete with the Rockefeller Center tree.


Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree - New York, NY - Nov 11, 2011 (credit: Sean Adams / WCBS 880)

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Arrives In NYC

The 74-foot Norway Spruce was cut down Wednesday in Mifflinville, Pa. and has arrived in New York City Friday, where it will light up Rockefeller Center.


A 74-foot-tall Norway Spruce from Mifflinville, Pa. is cut down on Nov. 9, 2011 to make its journey to Rockefeller Center (credit: Glenn Schuck/1010 WINS)

74-Foot-Tall Norway Spruce From Pa. Coming To Rockefeller Center

Nancy Keller, 79, of Mifflinville, Pa., is donating a 74-foot-tall, 10-ton Norway Spruce from her yard in honor of her late husband Doyle.


In this photo provided by Tishman Speyer, New York City firefighter Peter Acton and his wife Stephanie stand with their children Seamus, 11, and Fiona, 7, near their 74-foot tall Norway Spruce which will become the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree for the 2010-2011 season, Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010, in Mahopac, N.Y. (AP Photo/Tishman Speyer, Diane Bondareff) NO SALES

74-Foot Tree Cut Down, Ready For Rockefeller Center

Crowds cheered Thursday as sawdust flew and a crane gingerly lifted the 74-foot foot, 12-ton Norway spruce that will be the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.