The wacky Grinchmas tree is an impressive sight during the day, but it really shines at night after the tree-lighting ceremony, which takes place each evening at 5:30 p.m.
On December 1, 2, 8, 9, and 14-30, there's also live entertainment on the stage at the base of the tree, as visitors can meet the Grinch himself, and Martha May Who-vier and the Who-dolls put on their holiday revue.
Have your little ones done three good deeds this year? Bring them to the Who-ville Post Office to fill out and mail a postcard to the Grinch atop Mount Crumpit, letting him know how they've grown their heart three sizes just like him.
Best of all, for every postcard sent, Universal Studios Hollywood's Discover a Star Foundation will donate to School on Wheels to support tutoring for homeless youth.
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