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Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC
Washington Square Park is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

1. Washington Square Park

9.5
W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl), New York, NY
Park · Greenwich Village · 706 tips and reviews

J P.J P: Washington Square Arch frames the 45 foot tree, backed by an uninterrupted view up Fifth Avenue with the Empire State Building in the distance. Stop by on Christmas Eve night for public caroling.

Madison Square Park is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

2. Madison Square Park

9.5
Madison Ave (btwn E 23rd & E 26th St), New York, NY
Park · NoMad · 481 tips and reviews

J P.J P: The first Community Christmas Tree display took place here in 1912.

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

3. Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree

9.0
30 Rockefeller Plz (at W 49th St.), New York, NY
Monument / Landmark · Rockefeller Center · 91 tips and reviews

J P.J P: The grandaddy of all Christmas Trees has become as synonymous with NY at Christmas as Home Alone 2 and dodging shoppers on Fifth Avenue.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

4. Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park

8.5
42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Skating Rink · Midtown East · 116 tips and reviews

J P.J P: Park get transformed into a Winter Village with skating rink, open-air market and a winter themed restaurant. Through Jan 3.

Dante Park is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

5. Dante Park

7.9
Broadway and Columbus Ave (btwn W 63rd & 64th), New York, NY
Plaza · Lincoln Square · 9 tips and reviews

J P.J P: Known as the Upper West Side's Rockefeller Tree. 27 foot tall tree with multicolored lights and ornaments. The tree is in Dante Park across from the Lincoln Center's Josie Robertson Plaza.

57th and Park Avenue is one of Christmas Trees To See If You're in NYC.

6. 57th and Park Avenue

New York
Other Great Outdoors · Midtown East · 1 tip

J P.J P: Go see the 104 Christmas Trees running from 57th Street to 97th Street, The Fund for Park Avenue sets up the white-lit trees tradition that began in 1945 as a way to honor fallen WWII soldiers vets.