Standing tall in Denver's 16th Street Mall, locals and visitors, alike, can find the massive 'Mile High Tree,' a 110-foot-tall immersive light installation meant to inspire holiday cheer.
Resembling a giant Christmas Tree, lighted structure is large enough for people to step inside, looking up to view a swirl of lights above. It's the perfect spot for a unique photo shoot.
The tree was created by ILMEX Illumination and is the largest installation of its type in North America. It utilizes a pixel-mapping lighting design technology to put on a mesmerizing show.
The display is set to be lit throughout the holiday season, until January 2, and open to the public for light shows taking place on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, along with Sunday, December 27 (see full schedule, subject to change, here). During these nights, there's a free-to-attend 5-minute light show that starts every 15 minutes.
A number of COVID-19-related restrictions are in place at the exhibit, including mandatory mask wearing, limiting of groups to no more than five, and social distancing measures, among other rules.
This holiday exhibit can be found at 16th Street Mall on Welton Street. Paid-parking for this exhibit can be found in nearby lots, such as the 1627 California Street Parking Garage.
Find more information to help plan your visit here.