Christmas tree festival at Massachusetts Horticultural Society in Wellesley
Massachusetts Horticultural Society’s Festival of Trees

Christmas tree festivals are a joyful way to support your community while enjoying the holiday spirit! Beautifully decorated trees are donated and put on display to be enjoyed by visitors and then raffled off at the end of the event — with proceeds going to support the greater community. Check out a few of our favorite holiday tree festivals in the Boston area!

Methuen Festival of Trees

November 18-December 2 :: Methuen

This Festival of Trees has been a marvel of the Merrimack Valley for three decades. Featuring more than 240 trees, wreaths, and displays that you could win, this family celebration has something for everyone.

Mass Horticultural Society Festival of Trees

November 24-December 29 :: Wellesley

This Festival of Trees offers beautiful holiday trees that are decorated and donated by local businesses, garden clubs, and other organizations and individuals. Enhancing the festival is Snow Village, an indoor model train exhibit. Model trains wend their way through villages and vignettes, including Christmas in the City (Boston, of course!), Fenway Park, a Dickensian village, the North Pole, and hundreds of decorated houses and lights. With too many Santas to count and skaters galore, Snow Village is a visual treat for young and old alike.

Tyngsborough Festival of Trees

November 24-26, 30, December 1-2 :: Tyngsborough

Sure to become a memorable family tradition for years to come, this festival features dazzling Christmas trees available for auction, live music and entertainment, kids activities and games, gift shops from local artisans, food, and more.

Easton Festival of Trees

November 25-December 10 :: Easton

The Easton Festival of Trees was created as a way to raise funds for organizations within the community. The beautifully decorated trees are raffled off at the end of the event, and throughout the two-week-long experience guests can enjoy activities such as carolers, a vendor marketplace, a kids day event, and multiple workshops to bring friends and family together.

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