Runners and walkers of all experience levels are invited to come see the magic of the Holiday Festival of Lights up close! Held on Nov. 8 and 9, the festival's Fun Run and Walk is the best way to get a sneak peek of this year's event at James Island County Park.
Marion Square, located at King, Calhoun and Meeting Streets, is the site of Charleston's official Holiday Tree and holiday entertainment stage. For the month of December, the park will be beautifully lighted and decorated for the holidays, including the 60-foot Holiday Tree of Lights, a Chanukah Menorah and a Kwanzaa Kinara.
For the 34th consecutive year, Drayton Hall presents African-American spiritual music in concert with three memorable performances by Ann Caldwell & The Magnolia Singers.
Travel back in time with a retelling of the classic Dickens' Christmas Carol story accompanied by a four-course dinner at Circa 1886 inspired by the novella.
Take part in our most cherished holiday tradition with the John Rutledge House Inn Progressive Dinner Package.
Allow Zero George to add a little spark to your luxury getaway with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and Chocolate Covered Strawberries. You'll fall in love with Charleston in a truly special way.
Learn about the holiday traditions enjoyed by the Joseph Manigault Family during special tours of the Adam-style dwelling.
Tour the Heyward Washington House, including the circa 1740 kitchen building and herb garden, to discover how the household prepared for the Christmas season.
Discover the Edmondston-Alston House splendidly decorated for the holidays as living historians in period clothing give candlelight tours while retelling the story of Charleston's opulent Christmas of 1860.
We'll be sharing recipes, gifts and traditions unique to Charleston each day from December 1st through Christmas right here! Check back on December 1st to reveal day one!