The National Harbor’s Tree Is Now Officially Lit For The Holidays

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The National Harbor’s Tree Is Now Officially Lit For The Holidays

The Holidays have arrived at the National Harbor!

Can you sense it in the air Washingtonians? The holiday season is now upon us and while our traditions may be a bit different this year at least we still got the merry sparkle of the National Harbor’s Christmas tree! This past Saturday, November 14, ignited its holiday spirit with their first Holiday tree lighting show of the season.

This year, the ceremony looked a bit different. The usual fireworks shone for their absence and social distancing markers instructed attendants to keep their distance, but the dazzling 56-foot tree still shone brightly as ever in its usual spot.

The Christmas tree arrived at the National Harbor bearing gifts this year as well. The new Nationals’ store also opened this past weekend right under the Christmas tree just in time for the holidays.


The Nat’s first store outside DC, the store has opened with a special 60%  discount off of world series Nats merch and 25% off of the gold collection and has everything a Nationals fan could dream of.

The Harbor’s nightly holiday tree light show will take place every night all the way through January 3. Those wishing to bask in the cheerful holiday display of the 56-foot tree and two million twinkling lights can stop by any day of the week. The show will be taking place Monday through Sunday every half an hour starting at dusk until 9 pm.  Just remember to keep your distance and wear a mask at all times.

See also: The National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Will Take Place On December 3

[Featured image: Facebook / National Harbor ]

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