CHICAGO (CBS) — With the help of a special guest, it’s beginning to look like Christmas at the Museum of Science and Industry.

Chicago’s own Chance the Rapper helped to light up the 45-foot-tree at the museum Thursday morning.

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The 76th annual Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light exhibit features more than 50 decorated trees representing different cultures and traditions.

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Chance said he’s no stranger to the magic the museum holds during the holiday season.

“I’ve been coming here since I was most of you guys’ age. Running around here on field trips. And it’s just a beautiful place to be. A beautiful time of the year,” he said.

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The exhibit runs through January 6.