A Fruitful Welcome: The pineapple, the city’s symbol of hospitality, takes pride of place in this fanlight display, including faux apples and pears as well as podocarpus and magnolia leaves, at the Nathaniel Russell House Museum. Take an evening candlelight tour of the circa-1808 home and its traditional holiday decor.
O Tannenbaum: Each room on the main floor of Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens’ circa-1936 mansion boasts a least one live Christmas tree (December 6-January 3).
The drawing room of the Joseph Manigault House as decorated by the Garden Club of Charleston.
A magnificent trio in the rotunda at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
See decorated doorways, marvelous mantelpieces, and sparkly lights galore