The 5 Most Instagrammable Christmas Trees Around Toronto
Every year, Toronto seems to be stepping up their game on the festivities, and no one is mad about it.
Everywhere you look, holiday decorations are displayed all over the city — and we are still over a month away from Christmas. If you’re looking to score some Instagram gold, or just feel like getting into the holiday spirit, here are the most radiant holiday trees that are sparkling around the city this season.
Tiffany & Co. presents their signature Tiffany blue and silver ornaments near the Nordstrom entrance at Yorkdale this year. There is also a special pop-up for shoppers to enjoy located right near the tree.
From now until December 30th, Union Station will be home to this spectacular tree, which is covered in over 2,000 Swarovski ornaments. Keep your eyes peeled for the crystallized train-set that travels around the activation. Plus, if you snap a picture with the holiday tree and tag @Swarovski and @TorontoUnion with the hashtag #BrillianceForAll, you could win a $1,000 shopping spree!
Don’t miss the stunning displays and decor throughout the Bloor-Yorkville area. The incredible Holiday Magic display takes you through a couple of interesting installations around The Park, through the Birch Trees and the Crab Apple Grove, along with the Festival Walk Arbor, to the far west Chokecherry shrubs, and then eventually leading to the grand iconic Christmas Tree.
Toronto’s 108-foot sparkly Christmas tree spans from the ground floor of the CF Eaton Centre to the ceiling. This is a prime spot to do your holiday shopping, so be sure to take in the magic before the end of the year! If you’re wondering how they got the Christmas tree inside, CF Eaton Centre’s marketing manager spilled the beans to us!
Head over to the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery and enjoy the wonderful seasonal atmosphere at the beautifully historic Distillery District. Take cute holiday pictures under the huge Ontario-grown tree, which was donated by Forests Ontario and Ontario Wood.
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