2014 Holiday Decorations at The Joseph Manigault House
The Garden Club of Charleston, once again, brought holiday spirit into the Joseph Manigault House, adorning its rooms, hallways, and stairways with greenery, feathers, ribbons, and more! These spectacular arrangements represent this year’s chosen theme, A 19th Century Christmas Reverie, by decorating as Charleston families would have done in years past.
The décor incorporates the essence of traditional celebrations by intertwining Christmas carols and popular books along with decorative objects from the period. While the Manigault family would not have historically celebrated Christmas in this home (traditionally, the winter months were spent at their rice plantation), The Charleston Museum and The Garden Club of Charleston are pleased to bring some holiday cheer inside the beautiful antebellum walls for visitors to enjoy!
Stop by and experience these delightful designs for yourself! The house is decorated from now through December 31 and you may view the holiday decorations as part of the regular public tour. Regular admission is FREE for members; $10/adult, $5/child 3-12 and under 3 free. Please visit our website for hours of operation and holiday schedules.