Traditional Pub in London Decorated With Nearly 100 Christmas Trees in Time for the Holidays

Playing How Cities Across the World Are Getting in the Christmas Spirit

Even the bars are dressing in their holiday best.

Nearly 100 Christmas trees spanning three stories adorn the Churchill Arms, a pub in London, all in the name of the holiday season. 

The trees and the bar’s facade are covered with 21,500 fairy lights, which took a team nearly three weeks to install, to really give it a Christmas sparkle.

The pub, located in Kensington and Chelsea, was built in 1750, and is known as London’s most festive pub for its annual decorating tradition.

Memorabilia from former Prime Minster Winston Churchill also fills the traditional joint, which is allegedly named after Churchill thanks to his grandparents often stopping by for food and drinks.

RELATED STORIES

Why Christmas Tree Prices Are Soaring This Year

Man Calls Cops on 'Christmas Vacation'-Themed Decor, Complete With Dangling Dummy

The First Christmas in Space: How Astronauts Aboard Apollo 8 Celebrated Among the Stars