History Museum's Annual Christmas at Copshaholm

NOW: History Museum’s Annual Christmas at Copshaholm

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - One of the many holiday events taking place across Michiana, includes the History Museum's Annual Christmas at Copshaholm.

Christmas trees were on display all around the historic Oliver Mansion in South Bend.

Visitors were able to take self-guided tours throughout 38-room home that also featured carefully placed Christmas themed China and silverware throughout the mansion.

Marilyn Thompson, Director of Marketing at the History Museum, stated, “These Christmas decorations change every single year. So, if visitors come to visit our mansion during the holidays for ten years in a row, they will never see it looking the exact same way.”

Although the self-guided tours finished up for the Christmas season, the mansion is still open every day of the week for guided tours at one and two p.m.

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