If you ask any child to name it’s favorite part of Christmas, chances are that decorating of Christmas tree will be found right after unwrapping gifts underneath that very tree.
There truly is something festive and even magical in placing those lights and ornaments. No wonder that even as grown-ups, people enjoy this decoration as much as they did when they were kids.
As we like things big, we bring you the biggest Christmas tree in the world. We only took into consideration actual, living trees, as they are the ones that carry that authentic Christmas spirit.
Located in Coeur d’Alene Resort in Idaho, the world’s biggest Christmas tree has an astonishing height of 162 feet (49.5 m). Just the star at the top is as much as 10 feet (3 m) high, which basically doubles the size of an average Christmas tree.
Over two times taller than the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree in New York, this giant is decorated with more that 40,000 decorative lights.
The entire lake Coeur d’Alene is decorated with about 1.5 million lights every year for the annual Holiday Light Show, the largest water resort holiday light show in the US.