November is the time of the year to start welcoming colder weather and the time that the Summer season has definitely come to an end, even in South Carolina. But that is no reason to stay inside, so we have collected 5 things to do in South Carolina during your internship program!
Dickens Christmas Show & Festivals | November 10 - 13
Inspired by Dickens’ immortal book, “A Christmas Carol,” the Show & Festivals take place in a 19th-century holiday setting. You will find yourself magically transported back in time to an enchanting Victorian Holiday Marketplace.
More information: www.dickenschristmasshow.com
Where: Myrtle Beach, SC
Charleston’s Holiday Market | November 18 - 20
Your complete holiday experience! Offering foods and fashions, gifts and glitter, music and magic, everything to make the holidays bright. This exciting Christmas extravaganza kicks
off the season with specialty gift stores, fashion jewelry, clothing, gourmet foods, decorations and ideas, home accessories and décor, food and wine sampling, arts and crafts, and of course, Santa!
More information: http://gilmoreshows.com/charlestons_holiday_market.shtml
Where: North Charleston, SC
Marion du Pont Scott Colonial Cup | November 19
The Marion du Pont Scott Colonial Cup is steeplechase horse racing’s premier event. Known as the place “Where Winners Become Champions,” the Colonial Cup draws more than 15,000 fans and horsemen from up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
More information: www.carolina-cup.org
Where: Camden, SC
Go Cycling on Hilton Head Island | Any day of the week, during day time
Hilton Head Island is practically car free and renting a bicycle is easy, which makes it a perfect location to discover the nature of South Carolina. There are beautiful routes available which should entertain you for
at least a couple of hours. Grab dinner somewhere afterwards along the sea front at one of the fantastic hotels & resorts.
More information: https://www.hiltonheadisland.org/see-and-do/biking/
Where: Hilton Head Island, SC
Visit a South Carolina Plantation | Monday - Saturday
South Carolina has quite a lot of historic homes and some of them are now open to the public. These homes show a lot of history of the United States before slavery was abolished. If you are a history lover you should definitely visit one.
More information: south-carolina-plantations.com
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