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    Fun Things to Do Over Thanksgiving Week in Greenville


    Thanksgiving Day is next week, the kids are out of school. You’ll probably be looking for fun things to do over Thanksgiving week in Greenville. From seeing Disney on Ice to races and tree lightings, there are plenty of things to do that the whole family will enjoy! Kick off your holiday season, and have some fun over Thanksgiving break with some of these fun family activities:

    Disney on Ice: Frozen

    Where: Bon Secours Wellness Arena from Nov 22 – 26

    The beloved Disney on Ice returns to Greenville with another Disney classic. Frozen comes to life as you’ve never seen before. The young and the young at heart will be singing along to “Let It Go” and oohing and ahhing as Elsa and Anna relive the tale in a magical, memorable holiday spectacle.

    Roper Mountain Holiday Lights

    Where: Roper Mountain Science Center from Nov 23 – Dec 30

    Roper Mountain Science Center lights up this holiday season.  Roper Mountain Holiday Lights features lighted walking trails, Santa Claus, a balloon artist, concessions,  giant holiday greeting cards created by local area students, and 1.5 mile drive through the large displays including Candy Cane Lane, Santa’s Sleigh, the Caterpillar, and many other family favorites. Holiday Lights is open nightly 6-10 pm.

    United Community Bank Ice on Main

    Where: downtown Greenville from Nov 24 – Jan 15

    Lace up those skates and get the good times gliding with the family. Wind around the rink and have fun! Ice on the main is open on Thanksgiving Day from 11 am – 10 pm. $10/person, which includes skate rental.

    TreesGreenville Turkey Day 8k & 5k

    Where: 509 S. Main St. Greenville SC on Nov 23 

    This is probably the only race in Greenville where participants are encouraged to deck out in crazy outfits! Join the race or watch on the sidelines, either way,  you’ll surely have a lot of fun!  The TreesGreenville Turkey Day 8K & 5K starts in downtown Greenville at 8:30 am.  Want to join? Click here!

    The Children’s Museum of the Upstate

    Where: The Children’s Museum of the Upstate on Nov 24

    Children can enjoy a miniature holiday village, a chance to write and send letters to Santa, a lineup of holiday movie classics to watch, and a train table. This exhibit features a dollhouse replica of Greenville’s historical Lanneau-Norwood Funderburk home as its centerpiece.

    Indoor Trampoline Parks

    Where: Sky Zone and Gravitopia

    Want to burn calories and have fun at the same time? There’s a perfect place for the whole family. Greenville has two indoor trampoline parks that are open during Thanksgiving week.

    Watch a Drive-in Movie

    Where: Denver Downs Farm on Nov 24  

    Come and watch The Polar Express at Denver Downs Farm. This year’s showings are planned for Nov 24 & Dec 16. Gates open at 5:30 pm and the movie begins at 7 pm. $25 per car of 4 or less, and additional $5 per person over 4 in the car.

    Go for a Hike

    Where: Upstate Trails

    A post-feast nature hike can be as much a family tradition as turkey and stuffing. Burn those calories! Get outside and hike around the area, breathe fresh air and see some wildlife. There are plenty of places to go. See  7 Great Spots to Hike in the Upstate.

     

     

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