The UK's largest artificial Christmas tree will be unveiled at Cheshire Oaks on Thursday, November 13.
McArthurGlen’s Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet will launch its Christmas season with its annual switch on event when the tree will sparkle with more than 100,000 twinkling lights.
A magical archway makes it Europe's first walk-in Christmas tree, giving visitors a chance to see the enormity of it from the inside - plus find a special surprise.
This week's switch-on event will get the Christmas shopping season off with a bang, with fireworks set to music, choirs and festive bands.
It starts at 6pm and visitors are advised to arrive early.
For an interactive view of inside the tree click on the link below which has been shared by Roger Sanders from Netherlands.
- The tree is 90 ft high
- It weighs 18-ton
- It cost £100,000
- The tree features more than five miles of fairy lights
- It has 100,000 bulbs
- 1,000 of those are football-sized red baubles
- 20,000 are small red baubles
- 1.2 miles of structural cabling and half a ton of nuts and bolts holds the tree together
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