Beginning November 15, the Christmas season attracts the most visitors. Every room is decorated with sparkling ornaments and twinkling lights that combine holiday traditions with special themes including and Art Deco tree, the feather tree in the Victorian Parlor, the grand tree in the double parlors, Edwardian decorations in the main dining room and the traditional hospitality pineapple over the outside entrance.
Regular tours run through December 31. Other festivities include an open house, two Sunday afternoon buffets, a candlelight tour, a Christmas buffet tea, a high tea, a royal tea, and a New Year's Eve buffet to close the season.
The house may be reserved for private luncheons and dinners for clubs, church groups, family gatherings and businesses during the holiday season, and the gift shop is open during tours and events.