Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
A giant crane lifted the 13-ton tree into place Friday morning. The 85-foot Norway spruce was donated by a couple from Pennsylvania, who were on hand for the ceremony.
An 85-foot Norway spruce from central Pennsylvania will serve as Rockefeller Center’s Christmas tree this year.
Now that the holiday season is over, it’s time to take down the Christmas tree, but that doesn’t mean you have to throw it in the trash.
Temperatures were relatively mild, the skies were blue, and it was a legal holiday today – the perfect opportunity for many area residents to make what might be their only trip into New York City this year.
As the Christmas season approaches, New York City begins its transition into a winter wonderland and few decorations compete with the Rockefeller Center tree.
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.
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Tens of thousands of people gathered in Rockefeller Center on Tuesday night to watch the lighting of the country’s most famous Christmas tree