Wall Street Christmas Tree – 2022 Complete Guide

The Christmas Tree on Wall Street (or the New York Stock Exchange) is one of the best CHRISTMAS TREES in LOWER MANHATTAN.

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN is the most touristic area, with the ROCKEFELLER CENTER CHRISTMAS TREE (we have a dedicated GUIDE to this tree) and many other Holiday Season’s Decorations.

This is why the majority of tourists who stay in Midtown Manhattan miss out on seeing the Wall Street Holiday Tree, especially when it is dark and the tree is even more beautiful.

In fact, we believe that this is one of the most beautiful holiday trees in the city and that it is well worth a visit.

In this article, we will go over the most important details about the Wall Street Christmas Tree. We will update this post on a regular basis to ensure that we cover all of the important details for the 2022 HOLIDAY SEASON.

Where is the Wall Street Christmas Tree?

The Wall Street Christmas Tree is located in Lower Manhattan, directly in front of the New York Stock Exchange.

11 Wall Street is the exact address.

Which subway station is the closest to Wall Street?

Lines 4 and 5 (green) from Grand Central Terminal are the best subway stations for getting to Wall Street. From Times Square, take the Wall Street Lines 2 and 3 (red). Wall Street / William Street is the Subway Station.

When was the first time the Wall Street Holiday Tree was decorated?

In the year 1923. This tree will be “99 years old” in December 2022.

When is the Wall Street Christmas Tree lighting ceremony?

Usually at the start of December. The lighting ceremony was held on December 1st, 2021 and on December 5th, 2020. We will update this article once we have the official date for the 2022 Wall Street Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony.

What is the total number of ornaments on the tree?

There are over 500 lights. It’s a sight to behold, especially at night.

How long will the Christmas tree be lit?

The tree is usually lit till the end of December

What other articles or pages do you recommend I read?

Take a look at our blog’s HOLIDAY SEASON section. There is a wealth of information available to assist you in planning your holiday trip to New York City.

Also, for the best lights in NYC, check out our Holiday Lights Tour (Dyker Heights + DUMBO). For the first time this year, we offer both a “General” ticket and a “Luxury” experience. The tour’s itinerary is always the same. The only difference is the type of vehicle we use on the trip.