5 More Christmas Light Displays In South Carolina That Are Positively Enchanting

There’s something about Christmas…it just brings out the very best in everyone! A few weeks ago we listed 13 Christmas Light Displays In South Carolina That Are Pure Magic. But you didn’t think that was ALL of them, did you? Of course not. Here are some of the best Christmas lights in South Carolina to light up your holiday and make every day seem like Christmas! Enjoy!

It’s such a festive time of year! In case you missed that last article with 13 more light displays, you may want to go back and read it now to find out about displays at Riverbanks Zoo, Brookgreen Gardens, James Island County Park, Hollywild Animal Park, Edisto Memorial Gardens, Shelter Cove, Roper Mountain, Old Santee Canal Park, Anderson Lights of Hope and Swan Lake/Iris Gardens.

These Christmas light events are a perfect place to gather the family for some “unplugged” fun – all pun intended!

Want more South Carolina-specific Christmas activities? This Magical Road Trip Will Take You Through South Carolina’s Most Charming Christmas Towns. More in the mood for shopping? Here are 9 Christmas Stores In South Carolina You Must Visit.

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Best Christmas Lights In South Carolina

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What are the best drive-thru Christmas lights in South Carolina?

The largest drive-through lights in South Carolina is the Holiday Festival of Lights on James Island in the Charleston area, with more than 700 light displays and over 2 million sparkling lights. The Christmas House near Lake Bowen in Inman is another fabulous drive-thru for seeing lights, and it features a nativity scene and something new each year. Perhaps the most unique drive-thru of lights is the Hollywild Animal Park Safari Drive Through.

What are some fun things to do during Christmas in South Carolina?

Go shopping at the Dickens Christmas Show and Festivals in November in Myrtle Beach. Discover and make South Carolina’s favorite homemade Christmas cookie, which just may surprise you when you learn what it is! Take a ride on the Santa Express in Winnsboro.

What was the biggest snowfall in South Carolina?

In 1973, a blizzard hit the state and dropped 24 inches of snow in the midlands area, beginning on February 9 and lasting for three days. It’s referred to as the Blizzard of 1973 and is the worst in state history, even trapping some people inside their homes and claiming the lives of over ten people.