Gullah Festival

May 2015:
29th Annual Gullah Festival! The Gullah Festival of South Carolina celebrates and recognizes the history, customs, cultures, language and accomplishments of the African Americans of the Lowcountry. The Festival will be held at the Technical College of the Lowcountry, 921 Ribaut Rd. (843) 525-0628 or gullahfestival.org.



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Hunting Island State Park

Located just 16 miles east of the historic town of Beaufort and is one of the most popular and beautiful beaches in South Carolina. This 5,000 acre park and it’s 3 miles of natural beach hosts more than a million visitors a year. It’s a place where you can truly find yourself again. It’s a […]

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Old Try, has created a limited edition letterpress poster!

Beaufort has gained a new distinction by being one of a handful of cities across the country for which a new southern-oriented print company, Old Try, has created a limited edition letterpress poster. They are being sold exclusively through Historic Beaufort Foundation and are available at the Verdier House at 801 Bay St., by phone […]

Gullah Heritage History

In the late 1600′s, enslaved West Africans were brought to the Georgia and South Carolina sea islands to tend the rice and cotton fields. As the Emanciapation Proclamation brought freedom, many fled to Hilton Head Island and its Union Army outpost to start the first freedman’s village in the United States: Mitchelville. Many of the […]

Farmers Markets of the Lowcountry

Savor the flavors of the Lowcountry with a visit to any of the area’s farmers markets. From fresh local produce, meats and seafood to prepared meals, unique vendors and live entertainment, you’re sure to find something to suit every taste. The Downtown Beaufort Farmer’s MarketWednesdays, 2-6 p.m. Fresh local produce, plants, artisans, home baked and […]