21st Annual Holiday Festival of Lights Calls Visitors to Charleston

If you love huge Christmas celebrations with all of the little details that make the season magical, it’s time to visit Charleston for the 21st Annual Holiday Festival of Lights. This festival will take place November 12th through December 2nd and includes a marshmallow roast, festival train ride, Lakeside Lights interactive activity, enchanted forest walking tail, gingerbread houses, a 50-ton custom-made holiday sand sculpture, giant greeting cards, a carousel ride, climbing wall, and the opportunity to visit Santa. There are even several shops participating, so guests can find that perfect holiday treat for their families and friends. It would be a shame to miss this Christmas celebration!

While you’re in Charleston, make sure that you take the time to enjoy the history and beauty of the city with the luxurious Seeing the Sights Limousine Tour. This tour will give you a great view of the city’s highlights from the comfort of a private limousine. You can customize the tour to your preferences, so the experience you have is entirely up to you. Make it a romantic night out with that special someone or an evening of laughs with a group of friends. No matter what you choose, you’re sure to be comfortable and have a great time!

Charleston isn’t just known for its history and fun attractions, the city is also known for its great art and talented artists. Try your hand at creating a beautiful work of art while you visit with the Half Day Oil Painting Lesson. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, you will have a ton of fun learning new techniques from award-winning artists Martha Sharp and Karen Hagan. Their art is featured in several exhibits in Charleston as well as private collections. Maybe you will find that you are a master artist in the making after working with them.

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