The holiday season is the perfect time of year to grab your close friends and family and head out on a road trip. If you live anywhere near the East Coast (and even if you don’t!), Charleston is such a great place to visit. The holidays create even more fun activities for the entire family to enjoy in this stunning, historic Holy City. Thinking about traveling to Charleston this holiday season? Check out this travel guide for planning your road trip.
Holiday Festival of Lights
The whole family is sure to love this spectacular 3-mile display of Christmas lights located just a short drive from downtown Charleston. Including favorites like Santa Claus and his reindeer, snowmen, and the toy workshop at the North Pole, kids and adults of all ages will have a great time admiring the show.
The entire month of December is filled with different holiday parades and festivals. With lots of crafts and fun activities for the kids, you really can’t go wrong. There are plenty of fun floats to look at as they go past, and some parades even have tree lighting ceremonies at the end.
Keep the Light Shinin’ Holiday Dinner Cruise
Board The Carolina Queen for a delicious buffet dinner and live music as you cruise around the Charleston Harbor! With a mix of holiday favorites and Gullah spirituals, The Plantation Singers will have you entertained all evening. This 2-hour cruise is perfect for the entire family!
Holiday Walking Tours
Local Charleston Strolls guides will walk guests past the Battery, Whitepoint Gardens and incredibly decorated residential streets of the city. This is the perfect way for you and your family to see the most gorgeous holiday decorations the Holy City has to offer.
Holiday Magic at Marion Square
Marion Square is always boasting incredible holiday decorations, and you’re sure to see Santa and Mrs. Claus while you’re there! Church choirs, storytellers and other performers are likely to make appearances as well! You won’t want to miss the weekend Holiday Market, filled with unique gifts you can bring home for friends and family.
Annual Dickens Dinner
Held at Circa 1886 at Wentworth Mansion, the Dickens Dinner includes a live retelling of the classic Charles Dickens’ Christmas Story while guests enjoy their meals. With a four-course holiday menu inspired by the tale, you’re certain to leave the dinner feeling happy and full!
A Note on Safety
Holiday traffic can be slightly heavier than traffic throughout the year, so be sure to stay alert behind the wheel. Have emergency items in your vehicle in case something does go wrong. According to car accident attorneys in South Carolina, if you were injured in an accident you could be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. Stay safe on the roads, but if something does happen don’t hesitate to take action.
Bio: Landon is an avid reader and writer. In his free time, he enjoys traveling and being outdoors. You can check out more of Landon’s writings by visiting his blog: Good Home & Health
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