Have you decked the halls for the holidays yet? Several tree farms in Central New York offer cut-your-own, pre-cut, and even colored trees for the Christmas season.

It's the age-old debate - having a real or artificial Christmas tree. If you have to have a real tree for the season, you're in luck. There are several places where you can take the family into the fields and cut your own to make holiday memories. Or you can avoid all that extra work and get one precut.

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10 Places to Cut Your Own or Get Pre Cut Christmas Trees in Central New York

If a real Christmas tree is a holiday must in your house, here are several places to you can cut your own or get one precut. There's even a farm with colored Christmas trees.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

Artificial Trees

Are you more of an artificial tree kinda person?  There's a store in Syracuse that features the largest selection of holiday decorations spread over 25,000 square feet.

Experience the Christmas wonderland at Chuck Hafner's where there are over 2 dozen trees already decorated. They've done all the work for you. Just take it home, set it up and you're done!

Stroll Thru 35 Themed Christmas Trees at CNY Farm Market to Find Perfect One For You

Need some inspiration to deck your halls for the holidays this year? Stroll through the largest Christmas wonderland in Central New York with over 20,000 ornaments and 35 themed trees.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams

Christmas Towns

Need to get into the holiday spirit? Several small towns in New York go all out for Christma. Step into what feels like a Hallmark movie this holiday season.

11 Christmas Towns in New York to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

New York City may be home to the Rockefeller Christmas tree but there are several small towns and villages that will get you in the holiday spirit with all the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.

Gallery Credit: Credit - Polly McAdams


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