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Christmas is a special time of year, filled with fun, friends and family. The holidays are also a great time to travel. Also, if you’re really in the festive spirit, why not travel to see one of the most iconic Christmas trees in America? Here are some of the most iconic Christmas trees that always draw a crowd, and for good reason. They’re simply spectacular. Oh, and one Florida tree is on this list, because it’s really that awesome.

Before we get into some of the smaller, yet still fantastic, Christmas trees across America, let’s look at the big two. The White House Christmas Tree, Washington, D.C. is really the quintessential Christmas tree for America. The White House Christmas Tree is simply iconic. It’s a representation of the holidays in the U.S. Each year, the White House staff displays the tree in the Blue Room. Lots of decorating goes into it, too. What’s more, as for this year’s tree, a press release explains, “Christmas tree growers Amber Scott and Alex Church, Cline Church Nursery, Fleetwood, NC waited for the arrival of special guests from our nation’s capital who were sent to select the 2023 White House Christmas tree.”

Also, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in New York City is iconic. Next to the White House Christmas Tree, the Rockefeller Center in New York City is the next most iconic Christmas tree in America. Each year, the selected tree towers over New York City, placed right in the Rockefeller Center. Furthermore, it’s definitely one of the most iconic Christmas trees in America.

So, what are some of the other most iconic Christmas trees in America? Read on for the list. What’s your favorite holiday display and Christmas tree? Reach out to us on social media with your picks for all things Christmas. Happy holidays.

  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston

    Boston is a major city, and it needs some major holiday spirit in December. Also, the Christmas tree at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace is simply dazzling. While you’re there, shop, eat and enjoy other activities. Find more information via this link.

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace | Boston, MA

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market. Looking for Things to Do in Boston? Start here.

  • Perkasie Borough, Pennsylvania

    If you’re looking for a beautiful, old-fashioned Christmas tree, look no further than Perkasie Borough, Pennsylvania. What’s more, the spot says they host America’s oldest community tree lighting ceremony, and it draws a huge crowd every year. For more information, go here.

    Perkasie Borough

    On May 10, 1879, the Court of Common Pleas granted the petition for incorporation to the 68 residents of Perkasie. At that time, Perkasie covered 1,640 acres. This rural community has grown to cover 15,034 acres with over 8,000 residents living within its boundaries.

  • Christmas Tree at the Atlanta Airport, Georgia

    The Atlanta airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. After all, it’s a Delta hub. Each holiday season, travelers come through this airport, so they also deck it out with a great, festive Christmas tree.

    A Christmas tree at an airport.

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  • Campus Martius Park in Detroit, Michigan

    The Christmas season in Detroit always starts with the Detroit Tree Lighting at Campus Martius Park, presented by Downtown Detroit Partnership and DTE Energy Foundation. The ceremony always takes place the Friday before thanksgiving. Find more information here.

    Magic glowing tree. Christmas home interior with Christmas tree. Red and white balls hanging on pine branches. Festive lights in the brick wall background.

    Getty Images / undefined undefinedChristmas tree. Red and white balls hanging on pine branches. Festive lights in the brick wall background.

  • The Delray Beach Christmas Tree, Florida

    The 100 foot Christmas Tree on Delray Beach is always exciting. Moreover, Santa helps light the tree every season. What’s more, it’s been going on for 30 years. Find more information here.

    Christmas background, Christmas tree and magical blurred bokeh lights in the background.

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