The Christmas Giant Baubles are one of the most impressive Christmas decorations you can have in your home. They’re 14m tall, 4m wide, and weigh more than 500 tones. Christmas ornaments, baubles, globes, “Christmas bulbs” or “Christmas bubbles” are decoration items, usually to decorate Christmas trees. These decorations may be woven, blown (glass or plastic), molded (ceramic or metal), carved from wood or expanded polystyrene, or made by other techniques. The giant baubles are made from steel, plastic, and fiberglass and require a crane and a team of 40 people to set up and take down. The Christmas Giant Bauble Land has several rules that visitors must follow if they want to see these amazing creations up close:

The Christmas Giant Baubles are The Largest Baubles in The World

These Christmas giant baubles are the largest in the world. They are made from steel, plastic, and fiberglass and require a crane to set up and take down. Each bauble weighs up to 1,000 pounds!

The steel frame of the bauble is covered in plastic to make it waterproof.  Plastic baubles are then wire brushed to give them a smooth finish and used as a protective film over the shell of the bauble so that water does not get inside.  The north side of Groningen is best known for its city beach, but around Christmastime, it becomes the home of what is (probably) the world’s biggest Christmas bauble, in the form of an old planetarium dome covered with thousands of lights. The vibrantly coloured balls on the Christmas tree help invoke the Spirit. The circular shape is representive of heaven, and remind us of jewels descending from heaven. The pinecones represent fertility and motherhood.

Has a Few Rules That Visitors Must Follow

The Christmas Giant Baubles Land has a few rules that visitors must follow.

  • No food or drink allowed.
  • No climbing on the baubles.
  • No touching the baubles, even if you’re wearing gloves because they’re made of glass and may break when you touch them.
  • Don’t jump on any giant baubles because they might fall over and break into pieces! (Also, don’t throw things at them either that would be rude.

Balls! It was clear to visitors in central London yesterday, something had gone wrong.

Giant silver baubles were seen rolling through traffic on one of London’s busiest streets.

Five meters in diameter, the inflatable chrome spheres were filmed on Oxford Street and caught by strong winds.

Taller than a red double decker bus, cars were filmed swerving to avoid the unexpected obstacles.

Social media was full of images of the dramatic rolling balls shedding silver coating over Tottenham Court Road.

Christmas Giant Baubles for Christmas Decorations

Christmas is a time for family, friends, and celebrations. It’s also the perfect opportunity to bring out your inner child by decorating with baubles that are bigger than life! If you’re looking for something spectacular to add to your home this Christmas or just want something fun for yourself then this collection of giant baubles from Halloween Costumes is perfect for you. Each one weighs between 500-800 kg (1 tone) so they require a crane and a team of 40 people to set up and take down each year – but it will be worth it when everyone walks in on Christmas morning and sees them hanging around their house!

Work your way from the bottom of the tree to the top and hang the larger baubles and decorations lower down for a more balanced look. The heavier ones are best placed at the back of the branch, closer to the trunk to avoid the branch sagging. Baubles need not only hang from your tree, but can also hang throughout the house. Strung from a simple light the cascading balls will form a festive halo decoration. Hang from coloured ribbons to add jolly accent colours to the look


While giant baubles won’t be a feature of the London Christmas Lights, the Mayor of London’s office said there would be over 300,000 LED stars. Switched on on November 2, the Christmas light display has been a tradition since 1954, attracting half a million tourists and shoppers into central London every year. We hope you’re already excited to go see the Christmas Giant Baubles! If so, then we recommend that you make your way there as soon as possible. Because once they’re gone, they’re gone forever.