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Big musical Christmas tree in King of Prussia Mall, PA.

King of Prussia mall in Philadelphia, PA is the 2nd largest mall in the U.S. There is spacious parking with enclosed and outdoor walkways. There are famous shops / retailers like Macy's, Nordstrom, JCPenney's, Old Navy, H&M, The Cheesecake Factory and many other shops. There are enclosed walkways and is an excellent mall for shopping and window shopping too.

A winter evening stroll / walk in the mall is quite enjoyable. Visitors enjoy winter walks in the mall seeing the beautiful big-tree in the middle of the mall.

People forget time as they go walking and walking in the mall seeing the fanciful stuff all around. The Cheesecake Factory in this mall is always heavily crowded where visitors relish the best yummy cheesecakes here.

During winter weekends, this mall is heavily crowded with visitors who have an enjoyable time pass walking. During Christmas time, visitors gather around the mid of the mall and enjoy seeing the beautifully decorated big jingling Christmas tree.
The beautiful dolls / toys come out from the boxes and dance to tunes of the jingles bells. The place is crowded with visitors and you can see them clicking snaps and taking videos.

The big tree is very beautifully decorated and the dolls / toys / reindeer periodically dance to the jingling tunes. Visitors can even meet / wish / talk to Santa who is seated in a sofa and take pics with Santa by paying few bucks.
There are beautiful fountains inside the mall with lots of space / chairs for relaxing after a tiresome walk. And kids too enjoy moving and playing while their parents relax for a while.

A walk around the closed walkways of the mall is a real enjoyable one.

Watch the video of the big Christmas tree in the mall.

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