Chandelier Tree

Art, Public art Silver Lake Free
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Chandelier Tree

As its name implies, this Silver Lake tree is simply a century-old sycamore with about 30 chandeliers suspended from its branches. But the illuminated tree, located on a residential stretch of Silver Lake Drive, is lovely at night as food trucks and devoted followers often frolick to the neighborhood's favorite art project. Consider kicking in a donation at the parking meter out front; it costs $200 a month to light according to creators Brion Topolski and Adam Tenenbaum.


Venue name: Chandelier Tree
Address: 2811 W Silver Lake Dr
Los Angeles
Opening hours: 7-9pm
Price: Free
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Stephanie C

I finally made it out to the Chandelier Tree and it's absolutely beautiful! All lit up at night, it's really a sight to see! Agree with other comments that it's a great photo op!

Cezara P

Recently went to the chandelier tree and fell in love with it!! I highly suggest checking it out if you are in the neighborhood or have guests from out of town. Great photo op! 

Kate W

I love casually driving visitors by this magical work of public art. I've not met a single person who isn't delighted by the sight! Sometimes I drive out of my way just to see it, even if I'm by myself. It makes me happy :) And it makes me happy that the community has embraced it!


The Chandelier Tree is beautiful and breathtaking at night. It's perfect for a calm night out, whether you're by yourself or with company. I enjoyed the calm cool breeze of the evening as I stared at the chandeliers swinging in the tree and lighting it up. After a long day, it's perfect to just enjoy with a cup of coffee or hot cocoa at night. A must see. #TOTastemaker

Michael J

The Chandelier Tree is a piece of public art, a meeting place, a neighborhood landmark and a lovely reminder of all of the beauty and creativity that's scattered across some of the city's more unlikely spots. Come by at night when it's lit up, and throw a few coins into the donation meter if you're feeling generous.