Madison Square Park Holiday Tree

Madison Square Park Holiday Tree
Sunday December 23 2012 0:00
This year Madison Square Park marks the centennial of its Christmas conifer with a 35-foot-high balsam fir. History buffs should venture to south edge of the park and keep an eye out for the Star of Hope, which sits atop a post. It designates the spot of the city’s first community holiday tree, which was funded in 1912 by a wealthy resident who wanted to make sure no one went without a tannenbaum.
Venue name: Madison Square Park
Contact:
Address: 23rd St to 26th St
New York
10010
Cross street: between Fifth and Madison Aves
Opening hours: Daily 24hrs
Transport: Subway: N, R, 6 to 23rd St