What’s Happening Around Town For The Thanksgiving Holidays? November 24, 2020
2020 Festival Of Tress, Charleston Visitor Center I November 15- January 5
Looking to feel the joy of the holiday season? Come and stop to see 20 themed and decorated trees. Each tree is specially decorated in remembrance of someone who has battled cancer. You will also have the opportunity to bid and vote on these beautifully
decorated trees to support Dragon Boat Charleston.
Lights of Magnolia, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens I November 15- January 25
A spectacular 9 acre larger than life display of Chinese lanterns in the shape of flowers, animals, traditional Chinese symbols and more.
Original Pub Tour Of Charleston's Holiday Pub Crawl , Tommy Condon's Irish Pub I November 27
Celebrating its 12th year, the Holiday Pub Crawl brings you on a fun walking tour through Historic Downtown Charleston to enjoy and celebrate local cuisine while raising money for MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital.
Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble 5K, Marion Square I November 28
Looking to burn off those extra calories from your Thanksgiving feast? Head over to Marion Square for a run through the streets of Downtown Charleston. Afterwards enjoy live music, family activities, food and drinks!
Holiday Market at Middleton Place, Middleton Place I November 29-30
Start your holiday shopping off in an open air market that will host local artisans and vendors, festive carols performed by live musicians, complimentary hot cider and treats, and featured items in the Garden Market & Nursery and Museum Shop. Be
sure to purchase a ticket to explore the gardens afterwards.
THANKSGIVING DAY DINE-IN RESTAURANTS:
Blossom I November 26
Enjoy numerous options form traditional Thanksgiving entrees to non traditional.
The Dewberry I November 26
Thanksgiving supper served family style. Reservations required.
The Swamp Fox Restaurant I November 26
Serving a three course meal with live piano music.
Peninsula Grill I November 26
Four course fixed price menu of extravagant interpretations of traditional dishes that embody the spirit of the season.
Hanks Seafood I November 26
Choose from their regular menu or a special Thanksgiving menu. Open from 4pm -9pm.
Middleton Place Restaurant I November 26
Offering a traditional buffet meal served in the Pavilion with sweeping views of ancient live oaks. 11am - 4pm. General admission to Middleton Place is included with your reservation.