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Holiday offerings at Sycamore Shoals, Carter Mansion

December 4th, 2012 1:01 pm by Staff Report

Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area invites the public to the Carter Mansion on Friday or Saturday evening, or to Sycamore Shoals, for a variety of Holiday Season events.


Christmas at the Carter Mansion


Friday and Saturday, December 7 & 8


6 – 9 pm each evening


We invite you to join us for our annual Christmas event located at the historic John and Landon Carter Mansion in Elizabethton, Tennessee,the oldest frame house in Tennessee, constructed ca. 1775 by John and Landon Carter.


Christmas at the Carter Mansion is set in the late 1770’s as the Carter’s celebrate the Christmas season with friends and family. Eighteenth century re-enactors join us to share stories and create a holiday atmosphere inside the home. The mansion will be lit by candlelight, music will warm the rooms, and demonstrations inside the house will bring the late 18th century to life!


The Carter Mansion is located at 1013 Broad Street in Elizabethton.


Winterfest Lamplight Christmas Wreath Exhibit


Month of December until January 4th


A visit to the Sycamore Shoals Visitors Center is sure to inspire as the rooms will be graced with wreaths of all designs and colors hung from old time lampposts. Wreaths will be made by community members, civic groups, and schools to bring to life the Christmas spirit of our region.


Winterfest Art Show


Month of December until January 4th


Kick off the holidays at Sycamore Shoals! The Watauga Valley Art League exhibition and sale begins with a reception on December 2 with great opportunities for holiday shopping! Artwork from the Watauga Valley Art League will remain on display in the theater and lobby during regular park hours throughout the month of December until January 4th.


Santa Visit


On Sunday, December 9th, Santa Claus will be visiting Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area from 1 pm - 4 pm in the afternoon! Bring your camera and your family and pay him a visit!

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