10. The New York Stock Exchange Christmas Tree. 18 Broad Street, between the corners of Wall Street and Exchange Place. At 65 feet this Norway Spruce is the tallest Christmas tree on display in downtown Manhattan.
9. Peace Tree at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. 110th St. and Amsterdam Avenue. The Peace Tree is covered with over 1,000 paper cranes and other peace symbols to celebrate the holiday season.
8. Chorus Tree at South Street Seaport. South Street Seaport, 12 Fulton Street. Come Friday, Saturday, or Sunday at 6:00pm or 7:00pm to view this tree and hear the chorus sing holiday music. This spectacular Christmas tree is over 50 feet tall and covered in bright white lights.
7. Washington Square Park Christmas Tree. Washington Square Arch, W 4th Street and Waverly Place. Come on Christmas Eve, December 24th at 5:00pm. Sing along and enjoy holiday carols with the Rob Susman Brass Quartet.
6. New York Botanical Garden. 200th Street and Kazimiroff Boulevard, Bronx.The New York Botanical Garden offers a chance to see living Christmas trees on 250 acre property decorated for the holiday season. If the weather is just right, the trees and ground will be covered with newly fallen snow. Be sure to see their main attraction, the Holiday Train Show before it closes on January 10th.