This year you can create new family traditions at Burritt on the Mountain! You can celebrate this season, in a magical intimate way, with the ones that truly matter.
Share your time with Burritt this holiday!
Dates: December 3rd and 4th
Times: 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Cost: $40-50 per car load, tickets must be purchased in advance.
Burritt comes alive with the sights, sounds and smells of a traditional Christmas. Cabins are decorated with historic ambiance and the sounds of traditional music fill the air throughout the park. String cranberries and popcorn, make paper punch ornaments, create handmade cards and ice cookies to kickoff the holiday season. It is certainly an event for young and old to enjoy.
Kris Kringle is back! Visit Kris Kringle in Baron Bluff for a photo opportunity. Clicks Foto will be onsite to take pictures, but feel free to take your own with your phone. While waiting to see Kris Kringle children will have a chance to write a letter to Santa and hand deliver it.
We will have the music you love spread throughout the park. Activities for the kids and goodies for all will be spread throughout the site to ensure plenty of space for social distancing.
Holiday Magic Dinners
- Date and Time: Dec. 9-11, 6:30- 9 pm
- Cost: Call for Pricing and Reservations
- Event Information
One of Burritt’s most anticipated events, Holiday Magic, is a reservations-only event. During the Christmas season enjoy one of 5 evenings of dinners in the Mansion, Historic houses, or Old Country Church. For questions and to make your reservations please call Stephanie Timberlake at 256-512-0141.
Sanders Family Christmas Play 2021
- Performances: December 15 – 18th at 7:00 p.m. and December 18-19 at 2:30 p.m.
- Cost: $25
- Event Information
The Sanders Family is back at Burritt this December. Southern Rogue Theatre Company and Burritt on the Mountain pair together to bring this hilarious musical favorite to the community. Conceived by Alan Bailey and penned by Connie Ray, this famous sequel of Smoke on the Mountain returns to the Old Country Church at Burritt on the Mountain.
We’ll return to Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, on Christmas Eve of 1941. Reverend Oglethorpe has invited the Sanders to the Baptist Church to sing and witness, thereby getting the congregation into the down-home holiday spirit before the boys, including one of the Sanders’ own, ship off to World War II. The congregation will hear more than two-dozen Christmas carols, many of them vintage hymns, and hilarious yuletide stories from the more or less devout Sanders family members. The play is set in a church which makes the Old Country Church the perfect venue.
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