Bring your own oyster knife to this all you can eat event! Hosted by The Authentic Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island are welcoming all to "All you can eat" Oyster Roast on Saturday March 3rd from 1-5 PM. Tickets for this event will be available online, see the link below to purchase your … Continue reading Hilton Head Island Oyster Roast
Learn how to create one of these gorgeous baskets! These baskets are apart of a rich local culture on Hilton Head Island. Learn how the art behind making these beautiful baskets at the Coastal Discovery Museum from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Be able to not only learn the art but learn about the rich … Continue reading Sweetgrass Basket Making
Discover more about Hilton Head Island with this daily list of animals, restaurants, and activities. Every week there will be a new list following the order of the alphabet. Giuseppi's Pizza: This restaurant prides itself on creating fantastic pizza and pasta's with the most authentic and fresh ingredients around. Their dough is made daily, and their … Continue reading Island Alphabet: G
Discover how Hilton Head Island became the amazing island that it is today! There is so much rich history within our island that not very many people know about. Here is our new blog series that will discuss once a month how Hilton Head Island grew to become the amazing island we all know … Continue reading History of Hilton Head Island
Enjoy a night of music with Marlena Smalls and the Hallelujah Singers on Tuesday, October 8th. As well as the unveiling of our 2014 Gullah Celebration featured artist from 5:30-8:30 at the Seahawk Cultural Center at Hilton Head High School! Start Planning Your Hilton Head Island Vacation Today!
The sweetgrass basket is one of the most popular souvenirs to take home after a visit to South Carolina. Brought to the area by slaves who came from West Africa, basketmaking is a traditional art form which has been passed on in the lowcountry from generation to generation for over 300 years. Being handmade, no two baskets … Continue reading Sweetgrass Basket Making Classes
Towards the end of Beach City Road is the 5 acre site containing Fort Howell, a Civil War era earthworks fort. Built in 1864 , it was to protect the freedmen's village of Mitchelville and to improve the defenses of Hilton Head. In 1862, Mitchelville was established near current Beach City Road and was the … Continue reading Visit Historic Fort Howell