This holiday season, the ground-level windows of the "Good Morning America" Times Square Studios will again feature creative displays from three U.S. cities.
This year, visitors to New York's Times Square can ooh and aah over lights and holiday decorations as designers from Las Vegas, San Antonio and San Francisco show off their cities in fine style.
During the week of Nov. 29, 2009, "Good Morning America" will unveil one window each day, live on the morning broadcast.
Since "GMA" launched the holiday-window displays in 2007, several cities have adorned the windows, including New York, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Atlanta and Kansas City, Mo.
To further celebrate the holiday, "GMA" will again have Biltmore of Asheville, N.C., turn the studio into a winter wonderland. Christmas at Biltmore has been an annual celebration at the estate since 1895, growing from the traditions of George W. Vanderbilt.