Tickets will be needed when visiting Rockefeller Center tree

Those looking to visit the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree should be aware of some changes this year.

To maintain social distancing and restrict the number of visitors, organizers say there will be designated entrances, organized lines and limited times for photographs.

Ticket plan details will include:

  • Row handling will be with virtual help
  • Visitors will be in designated spaces for no more than 4 people
  • Observance of the rules of social distancing
  • 5 minute limit to view the tree

According to the Rubenstein Public Relations company, more organized visits are expected but admission will remain free as usual.

This year there will be no public access to the tree lighting ceremony.

However, New Yorkers will be able to watch the lighting ceremony live on NBC on December 2.

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