Holiday Decor at Rockefeller Center
Experience the magic of Rockefeller Center at home with Christmas ornaments from Balsam Hill. Perfect for holiday shoppers and those searching for high-quality decorations.
What Can You Do at Rockefeller Center During the Holidays?
In addition to seeing the Rockefeller Christmas tree ornaments and décor, you can go ice skating on The Rink, visit the Top of the Rock, or enjoy a meal at the Après Skate Chalets.
What Are Après Skate Chalets?
Après Skate Chalets are cozy wooden lodges located near outdoor ice-skating rinks. These charming chalets offer a sanctuary from the chilly winter atmosphere, allowing visitors to warm up, indulge in a meal, sip on a drink, and revel in the festive vibe. They are a popular destination for families, couples, and friends looking for a picturesque escape from the holiday season rush. This year, Balsam Hill has created unique themes for each chalet, ensuring each visit offers a fresh and delightful experience.
- Christmas Cheer – The Christmas Cheer chalet has a timeless charm that is hard to resist. The interior is decorated with traditional red and green ornaments and Balsam Hill garlands reminiscent of the classic holiday spirit.
- Coastal Chic – Experience a seaside-inspired getaway at the Coastal Chic chalet, featuring a calming blue and white color scheme, seashell ornaments, and nautical accents that transport you to the beach, even in the heart of winter.
- Silver and Gold – Step into a world of elegance at the Silver and Gold chalet. Inside, you’ll see silver and gold ornaments and crystal accents, creating a glamorous ambience that will leave you in awe.
- Nordic Charm – The Nordic Charm chalet transports visitors to a Scandinavian winter home. With its cozy faux mohair throws and red and white color palette, this theme captures the magic of a minimalistic Nordic retreat.
- Champagne Problems – Featuring champagne-colored décor and sophisticated accents, it’s the perfect setting for those who enjoy a touch of extravagance during the holidays.
- Biltmore Legacy – Inspired by the grandeur of the Biltmore Estate, the chalet features rich burgundy and gold tones, lush Balsam Hill wreaths, and decorations that create a sense of luxury.
- Parisian Palace – Experience the glamor of Paris with the Parisian Palace chalet. Magnolia picks, delicate textiles, and antiqued ornaments evoke the enchantment of the City of Light.
- Farmhouse Christmas – For a rustic atmosphere, the Farmhouse Christmas chalet is the place to be. Woodland creature-inspired ornaments and faux fur throws capture the essence of a cozy holiday.
This year’s Rockefeller Center ornaments and décor bring a unique way to experience the Christmas season. Request a Balsam Hill catalog to see more holiday decorating inspiration.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Read our answers to some of the most common questions about Rockefeller Center during the holidays below.
Can You Visit Rockefeller Center During the Day?
You can go to Rockefeller Center during the day, where you can visit the shops, restaurants, and observation decks. You can also see the Christmas tree, but the lights are only turned on in the evening. Check their website for specific hours of operation.
What Are the Best Times To Visit Rockefeller Center To See the Tree and Ornaments Without Large Crowds?
Visit early in the morning or late in the evening on weekdays. It’s also best to avoid the period right after the tree-lighting ceremony and the peak holiday weeks.
Are There Any Special Ornaments or Decorations on the Balsam Hill Tree?
Yes, you’ll see groves of Balsam Hill Christmas trees adorned with unique ornaments and decorative accents around Rockefeller Center this holiday season.