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America's Tallest Christmas Trees

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From Washington State to Washington, D.C., these towering trees help make winter festive.

The Tree at "Victorian Village" Ferndale, CA

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Height: 150 feet

Tree Lighting Ceremony: December 5

Year-round, the self-described "Victorian Village" of Ferndale, CA, looks like it was lifted from a Norman Rockwell painting. This hamlet in Humboldt County, near the state's famous Redwoods, is prized by film directors for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture. Every winter since 1934, the fire department has decorated the spruce that grows at the end of Main Street. Can't get there this season? There's always next year. As an historical landmark, the town isn't looking to change its traditions anytime soon.

Read more on this tree-lighting ceremony.

America's Tallest Christmas Trees

The Tree at "Victorian Village" Ferndale, CA

Height: 150 feet

Tree Lighting Ceremony: December 5

Year-round, the self-described "Victorian Village" of Ferndale, CA, looks like it was lifted from a Norman Rockwell painting. This hamlet in Humboldt County, near the state's famous Redwoods, is prized by film directors for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture. Every winter since 1934, the fire department has decorated the spruce that grows at the end of Main Street. Can't get there this season? There's always next year. As an historical landmark, the town isn't looking to change its traditions anytime soon.

Read more on this tree-lighting ceremony.

Matt Knowles/ADP
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