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1 MIN READ - Christmas trees are the definition of holiday grandeur. Explore the Loop’s magnificent holiday displays or take a break from holiday shopping and visit a couple of your favorite freshly cut pines or firs – a great activity to get in the holiday spirit while remaining socially distant!
The Great Tree in Macy's Walnut Room
The Walnut Room is reopening for Great Tree viewing on Saturday, November 7. For 113 years, the Great Tree has been the centerpiece of the Chicago holiday season. This year’s Great Tree will inspire Chicagoans to give, love and believe with festive gold ornaments sharing these heartwarming sentiments of the season. The Great Tree stands 45-feet-tall and hangs from the ceiling versus sitting on its base. Since the tree hangs from the ceiling, the very first piece to be installed is the star that sits on top. Generations of families have grown up with this holiday tradition, making a point to visit the illustrious tree adorned with more than 2,000 ornaments and 6,600 sparkling lights.Learn More
The City of Chicago’s Official Christmas Tree in Millennium Park
The 107th Annual City of Chicago Christmas Tree in Millennium Park – Chicago’s “official” Christmas tree, returns November 19 for holly, jolly Chicagoans and visitors. This year’s Tree is a 45-foot Blue Spruce donated by the family of Catherine Townsend of Chicago’s Morgan Park neighborhoodLearn More
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