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The White House Christmas Tree, also known as the Blue Room Christmas Tree, is the official indoor Christmas tree at the residence of the President of the United States, the White House.The first indoor Christmas tree was installed in the White House sometime in the 19th century (there are varying claims as to the exact year) and since 1961 the tree has had a themed motif at the discretion of ...

Quote. This is a joyous time of year when we decorate the White House for the Christmas Season. Our theme honors the heart and spirit of the American people.

Nineteenth century White House Christmas celebrations were not grand state affairs. Instead, most first families of this era decorated the building with simple wreaths, garlands, and ornaments, and quietly celebrated the holiday.

The White House Christmas tree is a tall Fraser fir Christmas tree in the Blue Room adorned with more than 500 feet of blue velvet ribbon embroidered in gold with each state and territory.

The White House Historical Association. Founded in 1961 with the support of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, The White House Historical Association is a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the Executive Mansion.

A war on Christmas parties? The White House won't host its annual reception for members of the news media this year. The White House said in a statement to USA TODAY that the party was never put ...

It's the most beautiful time of the year at the White House. The West Wing, East Wing and every room in-between have been decked out in elaborate decorations to celebrate the holidays, and ...

For her first Christmas as First Lady, Melania Trump designed a decoration theme that serves as an ode to the past: “Time-Honored Traditions.” “The President, Barron, and I are very excited ...

The White House was in full regalia for the holidays 2017, and photos show the Christmas decorations inside the "People's House". Take a look.

Every year since 1981, the White House Historical Association has had the privilege of designing the Official White House Christmas Ornament. These unique collectibles — honoring individual presidents or specific White House anniversaries — have become part of the holiday tradition of millions of American families.