Indiana’s Festival of Trees: A Dazzling Display of More Than 70 Decorated Christmas Trees
If you're looking to get into the holiday spirit, this unique event has dozens of stunningly decorated Christmas trees.
Indiana Historical Society
The Indiana Historical Society is a group dedicated to highlighting, preserving, and sharing the stories of Indiana's past.
The Indiana Historical Society collects and preserves Indiana’s unique stories; brings Hoosiers together in remembering and sharing the past; and inspires a future grounded in our state’s uniting values and principles. IHS is a Smithsonian Affiliate and a member of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience.
The Indiana Historical Society is getting into the Christmas spirit by hosting its 10th annual Festival of Trees celebration, and it's one you won't want to miss.
Festival of Trees
Located inside of the Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis is the annual Festival of Trees. The Festival of Trees is a unique holiday-themed event that brings more than 70 incredibly decorated Christmas trees to the Indiana Historical Society for people to come and enjoy. The Festival of Trees takes place daily through January 6th.
Here is what Downtown Indy has to say about the event:
Brighten your family’s holiday season by taking them to see beautiful, festively decorated trees! The Indiana Historical Society’s Festival of Trees begins on Friday, November 10 and will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. DAILY through January 6. Celebrate its 10th anniversary by viewing 77 elaborately decorated trees representing iconic individuals, organizations, and companies from around Indiana. Eli Lilly Hall also features a massive, 30-foot centerpiece tree that is viewable throughout most of the building.
Indiana Historical Society will also be hosting special events throughout the Festival of Trees like caroling, an interactive display from A Christmas Story, a scavenger hunt, and holiday-themed treats! Learn more about the Festival of Trees, here.
WTHR out of Indianapolis did a story on the Festival of Trees and you can see more of the stunning displays in the video below!
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