Christmas in the Upstate
There is about a week of school left before the winter break begins—and only 14 days until Christmas! Looking for ways to get you and your family in the holiday spirit? This post is for you!
United Community Bank Ice on Main
Ice on Main is open now through January 31 (excluding Christmas Day) on the Village Green on S. Main Street in Greenville. Come out to skate or enjoy a hot chocolate, coffee, or holiday treats. The price to skate is $10 per adult and $8 for kids ages 4-12, which includes skate rental. Please note that pre-purchasing tickets online is recommended. Skate sessions are limited to 30 skaters per each 1-hour skate session, and only one non-ticketed spectator will be admitted per ticketed participant.
Bon Secours Festival of Trees
View spectacularly decked-out trees at the entranceway of three downtown hotels through December 30. The trees are on display at the Courtyard Marriott Downtown, Embassy Suites by Hilton – Riverplace, and Hyatt Regency. They are sure to help you experience the magic of the holidays!
The North Pole at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate
On December 19th and 20th, visit the North Pole at The Children’s Museum to learn about different holiday traditions, write letters to Santa, get a photo with Santa, create holiday crafts, and go on a candy-cane hunt. Tickers are $20-$65 per family and must be pre-purchased online. Masks are required for all adults. Tickets are available in 2-hour time slots at 9am, 11:30am, 2pm & 4:30pm.