The 2016 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is coming from a pretty unique place. Instead of a tree farm, this year’s festive giant will make its way to Manhattan all the way from a backyard in Oneonta, New York. The tree will be cut down on November 10 and arrive in Rockefeller Center two days later.
The Norway Spruce’s origin is also unique because it is the farthest north a Rock Center Christmas tree has come in over a decade. Check out the interactive map below to see where every one of the iconic Christmas trees have hailed from since 2006. And don’t miss this year’s tree lighting on November 30.