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Feel at home this holiday season in Greenville, SC

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A crowd of ice skaters at an outdoor rink in Greenville, SC.

Enjoy seasonal activities in a new city that still feels like home.

Photo provided by VisitGreenville SC

Experience magical moments in Greenville, SC this season with affordable accommodations and festive fun without the crowds.

Choose from favorites, like:

  • Rooftop igloos and outdoor ice skating
  • Seeing dazzling lights (even Santa’s elves flock to Main Street to see this)
  • Live performances + free, family-friendly events
  • And more holly jolly happenings to spread seasonal cheer

Thinking about spending the season in Greenville? Request a free Visitor’s Guide.

Book a seasonal stay

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