Hilton Head and the Low Country Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Hilton Head and the Low Country - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Coastal Discovery Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This wonderful museum tells about the history of the Lowcountry. For instance, you'll learn about the early development of Hilton Head...

Harbour Town

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

The closest thing the Sea Pines development has to a downtown is Harbour Town , a charming area centered on a circular marina that's...

Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park

  • Park/Playground

Off Bay Street, this park is a great place to survey the scene. Trendy restaurants and bars overlook these seven beautifully landscaped...

John Mark Verdier House Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Built in the Federal style, this 1804 house has been restored and furnished as it would have been prior to a visit by Marquis de Lafayette...

Old Town Bluffton

  • Town/Village

Tucked away from the resort areas, charming Old Town Bluffton has several historic homes and churches on oak-lined streets dripping with...

Sea Pines Forest Preserve

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Walking and biking trails take you past a stocked fishing pond, a waterfowl pond, and a 3,400-year-old Native American shell ring at...

St. Helena Island

  • Island

About 9 miles southeast of Beaufort, St. Helena Island is a stronghold of the Gullah culture. Several African American–owned businesses...

St. Helena's Episcopal Church

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The 1724 church was turned into a hospital during the Civil War, and gravestones were brought inside to serve as operating tables. While...

Stoney-Baynard Ruins

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Check out the Stoney-Baynard Ruins, the remnants of a plantation home and slave quarters built in the 1700s by Captain John "Saucy Jack"...

York W. Bailey Museum

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The museum at the Penn Center has displays on the heritage of Sea Island African Americans; it also has pleasant grounds shaded by live...

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