CHICAGO (CBS) -- The Christmas Around the World exhibit is back at the Museum of Science and Industry.
This year is a special one as it's the 80th anniversary of the exhibit.
Christmas Around the World features more than 50 trees, representing different countries and cultures. The centerpiece is a four-story tall grand tree in the museum's rotunda.
The display is open today through Jan. 8.
Chance the Rapper was there to celebrate the opening Wednesday, and share his love for the museum.
"My grandmother used to take me here. My best friend's grandmother used to take me here, like going to see stuff in the Omnimax. I learned a lot of stuff here," Chance said. "So the fact that, you know, my daughters have been growing up coming here – the night at the museum has become like a family tradition of sorts."
Chance and his nonprofit, Social Works, are hosting the fourth annual Night at the Museum on Dec. 16. Tickets cost $15 per person for a night of music, giveaways, and the MSI's many exhibits both classic and new.
Tickets are available at SocialWorksChi.org.
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