Hilton Head and the Low Country

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  • 1. Coastal Discovery Museum

    North End | Museum/Gallery

    This interactive museum features a butterfly enclosure, hands-on programs for children, and guided walks of the 68-acre property that includes...Read More

  • 2. Harbour Town

    South End | 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 filled with...Read More

  • 3. 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 7 beautifully landscaped acres along...Read More

  • 4. Old Town Bluffton

    Historic District/Site

    Charming Old Town Bluffton has historic homes and churches on oak-lined streets dripping with Spanish moss, intermingled with new businesses...Read More

  • 5. Reconstruction Era National Monument

    Educational Institution

    Established in 1862, the Penn Center was the first school for African Americans in the American South. It's now the centerpiece of the Reconstruction...Read More

  • 6. Sea Pines Forest Preserve

    South End | Archaeological Site/Ruins

    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 this 605...Read More

  • 7. Barefoot Farm

    Farm/Ranch

    Pull over for boiled peanuts, a jar of gumbo and strawberry jam, or perfect watermelons at this roadside stand. ...Read More

  • 8. John Mark Verdier House Museum

    Downtown Historic District | House/Mansion/Villa

    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 in...Read More

  • 9. Parish Church of St. Helena

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This 1724 church (founded in 1712) was turned into a hospital during the Civil War, and gravestones were brought inside to serve as operating...Read More

  • 10. 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 in its...Read More

  • 11. Stoney-Baynard Ruins

    South End | House/Mansion/Villa

    This historic site—the remnants of a plantation home and slave quarters built in the 1700s by Captain John "Saucy Jack" Stoney—hides within...Read More

  • 12. York W. Bailey Museum

    Museum/Gallery

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

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