Kate McCallister (Catherine O’Hara) searches in vain for her son, Kevin (Macaulay Culkin), in New York. She’s chasing down Times Square, but he’s not there.
Then she talks to a policeman. He’s walking her around to help her. She then has a flash of lucidity: he is in front of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
Meanwhile, the little boy makes a wish in front of the tree to see his family again, especially his mother.
The reunion took place at the foot of the GE Building. Kate forgives her son and takes him back to the hotel where the whole family is reunited.
That’s the number of lights in the Rockefeller Center tree.
A true tradition since 1931, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is one of the most famous in the United States. Each year it is carefully selected from the forests of neighbouring countries and measures between 23 and 27 metres.
Top of the Rock, Rockefeller Roof Gardens, GE Building, the Rockefeller Center is full of surprises.
Comprising nineteen buildings, the Rockefeller Center was erected by the Rockefeller family in the mid-1930s.
One can admire an incredible panorama from the Top of the Rock, go shopping in the numerous boutiques or admire the gigant... Learn more about Rockefeller Center
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