The Christmas Tree Capital of the World

Indiana County, PA is proud to be dubbed “The Christmas Tree Capital of the World”.

Growing Christmas Trees as a farm crop in Indiana County started in 1918. In 1956, an estimated 700,000 trees in Indiana County were cut. It was around this time period that Indiana County, PA was touted as “The Christmas Tree Capital of the World” according to an Associated Press Dispatch.

During the holiday season, find your perfect LIVE Christmas tree. Create a family tradition when you travel to Christmas tree farms to find your perfect tree, either by cutting it fresh from the fields or selecting a freshly cut tree from the lot.

In the off-season, visit farms to learn about the Christmas tree harvesting process – a unique experience!

Jimmy Stewart Museum

The museum is dedicated to world renowned actor Jimmy Stewart. Located in Indiana, PA, his birthplace. Career and personal history and artifacts, 50 seat movie theatre, and Gift Shop. Call for hours and rates.

Indiana County Christmas Tree Growers’ Association

The Association is comprised of local tree growers dedicated to the promotion of Christmas tree farming in Indiana County. During the holiday season, these farmers open up their fields and precut tree lots for visitors to choose their Christmas trees.

Gregg Van Horn’s Christmas Tree Farm

Find your perfect Christmas tree from the field of this Christmas tree farm or in a lot filled with freshly-cut trees. Holiday wreaths are also available.

Mytrysak Family Tree Farm and Greenhouse

Regular business hours: Mon - Fri: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM Sat & Sun: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM November & December: Christmas Store & Horse Drawn Wagon Rides on the weekends. Cut your own tree in our fields.