The Museum of Natural History gets festive by showing off its spectacular Origami Holiday Tree.
The 13-foot-tall tree is packed with more than a thousand ornaments folded by hand.
This year's origami features dinosaurs, birds, and other models in a nod to the museum's "Dinosaurs Among Us" exhibit.
The Natural History Museum also has two barosaurs perched on its front steps donning lights and pine boughs.
The origami tree is a 30-year-holiday tradition at the museum.
Each year, ornaments are inspired by the Natural History Museum's items on display.
Volunteers started folding the origami in March.
To see the festive tree for yourself, you can head to the museum when it reopens Monday at 10 a.m.