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The White House is decorated for Christmas 2018 — see inside

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red trees white house christmasTopiary trees line the East colonnade during the 2018 Christmas Press Preview at the White House in Washington, Monday, Nov. 26, 2018.Carolyn Kaster/AP

  • The White House has unveiled this year’s Christmas decorations.
  • The official theme is “American Treasures.”
  • The first family’s official holiday card and ornament join the elaborate installations on display throughout the White House’s main rooms and public areas.

Each year, the halls of America’s most well-known address get decked out to set off the season’s festivities.

This year’s official theme for the White House decorations is “American Treasures,” and decorations include hundreds of trees and ornaments of all sizes to celebrate America’s cities, states, and citizens.

Thousands of volunteers and staff contributed to make the winter wonderland that takes over several rooms and hallways.

According to the White House, more than 100 open houses and many receptions will happen through the month of December, and more than 30,000 visitors will see the decorations in person during public tours.

The White House released a video tour of this year’s decorations on Monday:

See the highlights in these photos of the decorations.

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