Soon arriving in Rockefeller Plaza, the 90th Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will be displayed between West 49th and 50th streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues.
If you’re wondering about this year’s tree lighting, visits, etc., we’ve got (almost) all your questions answered, here!
The tree will arrive in NYC on Saturday, November 12th from Queensbury, New York.
When is the tree lighting ceremony?
This year’s tree lighting will take place on Wednesday, November 30th, from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
How can I watch it?
The Rockefeller Christmas Tree lighting ceremony will be broadcast on NBC and in-person viewing is open to the public. It’s first-come, first served, so get as close to 49th St. & 6th Ave as early as possible.
Stay tuned to learn which performers will make an appearance!
Any other special dates should I know about?
On Christmas Day, Dec. 25, the lights on the tree will shine for a full 24 hours. On New Year’s Eve, you can visit the tree anytime from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
How can I visit the tree this year?
Visiting hours for the tree will be from 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. after Wednesday, November 30th.
What else should I do in Rockefeller Center?
Glad you asked! Grab your skates and go for a spin on the iconic Rockefeller ice skating rink open on November 5th.
For all aspects of the tree, you can always refer to the Rockefeller Center website for more info and updates.