NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is getting ready for its close-up.
The Norway Spruce was donated by the Asendorf and Puchalski family from Gardiner, New York.
The 78-foot tall, 47-foot in diameter, 10-ton tree was loaded onto a flatbed truck on Thursday.
It made its official arrival Friday morning at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan and will be lit for the first time on Wednesday, December 2.
For more information on the lighting ceremony, visit ROCKEFELLERCENTER.COM