MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — You can head back in time to a Victorian marketplace this weekend at the 42nd annual Dickens Christmas Show & Festival.
The event at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center featured 350 booths set up with vendors in costume.
One-third of the show floor was reserved for charities, and the organizations were able to keep 100% of their funds.
The owner of the event, Myra Starnes, said the event brings people from all over to Myrtle Beach during the off-season.
“We started it years ago because it was dead during the off-season and we wanted to have something that attracted people from all over,” Starnes said. “And we still do. It’s a Victorian marketplace. We have everything from arts, crafts, gifts, junk, food, you name it.”
The event ended at 6 p.m. on Sunday.