Spartanburg Holiday Traditions

Following this unusual year of cancellations and missed traditions, join SCHA throughout the holiday season to celebrate some of the beloved traditions of Spartanburgers throughout the years!

SCHA’s own tradition of displaying the James Buchanan dioramas of “A Visit From St. Nicholas” will continue with the fully restored, lighted scenes on full display!

Thanks to partnership with the Spartanburg Jaycees and Carolina Cash, see floats from past Spartanburg Christmas Parades and learn more about the charitable events the parade supports in our town!

Memories of “Dickens of a Christmas” are on display set within the Victorian display within the Decorative Arts hall of the Regional History Museum!

In partnership with Temple B’nai Israel, a collection of Hanukkah traditions including menorahs, dreidels, and latke platters is on loan from members of Spartanburg’s synagogue.

And finally, view a beautiful collection of nativity scenes on loan from a private collector.

Exhibit Open Saturday, Nov. 7- Sat. Jan. 2. Located in the Spartanburg Regional History Museum
(200 E. St. John St., Spartanburg).

Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-5pm Saturday, 11am-4pm
Closed Sunday & Monday

Free Admission
Maximum capacity in museum is 6 guests. Masks are REQUIRED in the museum.
Please follow “No Touch” policy with all items and exhibits.