Tree #1 – “Unsung Heros” sponsored by Trainspop Attic located at 400 Mill Street in Bristol

The Bucks County Visitor Center transformed into a holiday-themed indoor wonderland on Nov. 21 and will last until Jan. 4. For the past 12 years, local attractions and businesses have entered a uniquely decorated tree to compete for the most votes.

Residents can visit the Visitor Center located at 3207 Street Road in Bensalem from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to pick their favorite creation. Interested voters can stop in any day with the exception of New Year’s Eve after 3 p.m, and New Year’s Day when the building will be closed.

Treefest is an annual event planned by the Visit Bucks County Board of Directors, President and County Commissioners.

Entertainment will also be provided all the way up to the Closing Award Ceremony on Thursday, January 4 at 4:00 P.M.

Tree #9 – “Happy Hol-EWE-days” sponsored by Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum & Library located at 680 Radcliffe Street in Bristol

This year about 20 trees are in the running to be named the best. Some of the trees on display include entries from Bounce U, Trainpops Attic, Bowlero, Grundy Memorial Library, and Washington Crossing Historic Park. Each tree features ornaments and decorations that reflect a specific theme.

For more information including a complete list of trees entered in the competition go to visitbuckscounty.com/events/Treefest.

WBCB’s Ryan Erny contributed to this post.