With Christmas fast approaching we wanted to share a few holiday treats that are happening around the Greenville, SC area. There are many Christmas lights displays and Holiday attractions in the area so we wanted to feature a few of them for your Christmas enjoyment! So if you are looking for what to do for Christmas entertainment… look no further!
First let me a take a minute to share with you the MOST unique NEW Christmas attraction in town! Greenville Ghost Tour introduces:
Ghosts of Christmas Present walking tour
Our 2 hour long walking tour filled with ghost stories that are sure to help you appreciate those you love during the holiday. Hear chilling tales of spirits from Greenville’s past and present on this exclusive tour created and led by Greenville’s most trusted ghost hunter and author of the book “Haunted Greenville South Carolina,” Jason Profit. Jason tells these tales as you walk along the ghostly paths of Greenville’s current hauntings. Sure to give you a fright just as old Ebenezer Scrooge received… BUT… THIS AINT NO DICKENS TALE!
WHEN? Every Thurs-Sun in December 2013 at 7pm. Tour starts in front of Greenville Army Store at 660 S. Main St downtown Greenville. Walk ups will be welcome but we suggest you purchase your tickets online to ensure we have room for you!
Buy tickets to this exclusive tour only offered during the month of December using the ticket box below!
Your purchase will show payment made to: HARBOR CHRISTIAN ACADEMY!
There are many other great Christmas attractions in Greenville so check out the listing below!
These attractions below are not owned or operated by Greenville Ghost Tour…
Christmas Laser light spectacular at Nightmare Dungeon! What?? Nightmare dungeon is the top rated haunted house in upstate South Carolina, but something magical happened this year after the monsters and ghouls left!
This haunted house has been converted into a spectacular laser light show and Christmas wonderland with over 100,000 lights to behold as you tour through the old two story house. There are NO creeps or goblins remaining so no worries about horrors from Halloween… All that is left is a beautiful old home chock full of Christmas lights and music… and LASERS!
Go visit Scott and his winter wonderland all december long and tell them Greenville Ghost Tour sent you!
Location: 645 Old Anderson Rd, Greenville, South Carolina 29611 Across from the new walmart in powdersville… Only $10
Rides with Santa Clause downtown Greenville! Journey downtown during the weekend in December and look out for the big red sleigh driving up and down main street and ask Santa for a ride! Enjoy the ride with the jolly old Saint Nick as his sleigh gives you a ride you won’t forget.
For the past 22 years, the Roper Mountain Science center transforms into the most magical of Holiday lighting extravaganzas in the whole upstate! Last year more than 20,000 cars passed through to enjoy the Christmas festivities and see the most amazing holiday attraction in the upstate.
Location: 402 Roper Mountain Road Greenville, SC 29615
Visit their website for pricing, directions and more info http://www.ropermountainholidaylights.com/
For 23 years the Hollywild animal park has been hosting a journey into Christmas wonder like nobody else! You can drive your own car through nearly 100 acres of twinkling lights and holiday wonder, then park and stroll around Santa’s village! Herds of live animals abound to add to the wonder of this incredible event… there is nothing else like this in the upstate!
Visit their website for pricing, directions and more info http://www.hollywild.com/
Every year Anderson South Carolina gets in on the Christmas light fun with its Light of Hope drive through display. With more than 3 MILLION lights and nearly 90 displays, Anderson has one of the most brilliant holiday light drive throughs around!
This is the 19th year of Lights of Hope which is hosted at the Darwin Wright park.. is sure to amaze so round a car full and head on out!
Located off exit 21 off of I85 in Anderson county… Visit their website for more details and pricing info http://www.andersonlightsofhope.org/