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DENVER’S “MILE HIGH TREE” IS THE LARGEST IN THE U.S., STANDING TEN FEET TALLER THAN THE ROCKEFELLER CENTER TREE IN NEW YORK.
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The “Mile High Tree” presented by Xfinity is now lit. The tree, standing at 110 feet tall with a diameter of 39 feet, was created by ILMEX Illumination and designed by Brut Deluxe. This conical structure captivates with its 60,000 LED lights that bring to life incredible light shows synchronized with multicultural Christmas music. The “Mile High Tree,” which is 10 feet taller than the iconic Rockefeller Center tree, has become the jewel of the holiday season in the capital of Colorado.
The tree can be enjoyed from various areas of Civic Center Park, where chairs and several fire stations have been set up for warmth. Additionally, people can immerse themselves in this visual experience. The tree accommodates 140 guests at a time, creating unforgettable memories for the whole family. Admission to this attraction is free. You can reach the park from Union Station by using the Mall Ride.
For the first time, Denver residents will be able to enjoy the two most popular Christmas attractions of recent years in one place. Right next to the tallest digital tree in the United States is the Denver Christkindlmarket, located in Civic Center Park. It is the city’s only authentic German Christmas market. At this market, you can purchase crafts, seasonal clothing, and delicious foods, including chocolate.
Mile High Tree in Denver
Until December 31
5:00pm – 10:00pm
Civic Center Park
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