History Museum offers tours of Copshaholm decorated for the holidays

The History Museum presents "'Holm for the Holidays" — tours of the Oliver family's Copshaholm mansion in South Bend decorated for the holiday season.

The History Museum presents “‘Holm for the Holidays” — tours of the Oliver family’s Copshaholm mansion in South Bend decorated for the holiday season.

SOUTH BEND — “’Holm for the Holidays” continues through Jan. 6 at The History Museum, 808 W. Washington St.

A guided tour of Copshaholm, which was home to the J.D. Oliver family for 75 years, “’Holm for the Holidays” features more than 20 Christmas trees, as well as festooned fireplace mantels and tabletops.

On the main staircase, garlands of greenery are draped from the banisters leading to the second and third floors.

The den’s Christmas tree is decorated with a Victorian theme to reflect how it looked when the family lived there. Red and white striped stockings are hung from the fireplace.

In the dining room, the table is set with china, crystal and silver, all original to the home.

Tours times are 1 and 2 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 1 and 2:30 p.m. Sundays. There are no tours on Dec. 24 or 25 and Jan. 1.

Tours are limited; masks are required

Admission is $10-$6; free for members and ages 5 and younger.

For information, call 574-235-9664 or visit historymuseumsb.org.

This article originally appeared on South Bend Tribune: Once home to the Oliver family, Copshaholm is decorated for the season