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Parris Island

9. Parris Island

Ladies, if you love a man in uniform, prepare to be overwhelmed. And gentlemen, try not to be intimidated by all these Marines. Parris Island is something everyone needs to experience while in Beaufort. The legendary legacy of the United States Marine Corps, as well as the stimulating account of Port Royal’s past, is outlined at the Parris Island Museum. It features thousands of artifacts, images, and other materials that illustrate the history of Port Royal and Parris Island from the early Native American inhabitants to the modern Marines.

The 10,000-square-foot museum is located on Marine Corps Recruit Depot. The exhibits here focus primarily on the time-honored traditions of the Marine Corps and displays artifacts depicting Port Royal's important military role from the American Revolution to the Civil War. It also showcases the island’s Marine Corps installation after the Spanish-American War through the present. Alongside Marine Corps facts, there are exhibits devoted to the Charlesfort Santa Elena National Historic Landmark, site of the French and Spanish colonies on Parris Island between 1562 and 1587.

For more information on the Parris Island Museum, visit http://parrisislandmuseum.com/ or call 843-228-2951.

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The Big List!

Here's what others enjoy

B.L. says:

"We love to go crabbing or either to buy some blue craabs"

Meta Mercer says:

"Water sports, boating, carriage rides, shopping, touring old homes, antiquing, eating, visiting historic sites, sunbathing"

Sandra Loving says:

"Beach"

Shelly Clemmer says:

"Relaxing Fishing Kayaking"

Cynthia Stansberry says:

"I would love to share this list with my clients planning to visit the Hilton Head/Beaufort area this August."

Faye says:

"Things to do with small children "

Gary says:

"Adventure,walk the beach and see historic sites"

jan dean says:

"We love the outdoors, swimming, fishing, hunting. We would like to see some of South Carolina mountains, monuments, some history of South Carolina. We have one daughter that just loves to shop the thrifty shops. Love the opportunity to see South Carolina finest. Thank you. "

candy lafreniere says:

"Fishing, Sightseeing"

Marti says:

"Beautiful city "

Jim Broden says:

"Fort Fremont"

Suzann Whiteley says:

"Dancing in the Waterfront Pavilion, carriage rides through the beautiful streets, visiting the lovely Bookstore on main street, enjoying a afternoon sitting on the swings on the waterfront, I would love to come to your Tour of Homes sometime. and Dream about the way live was there years ago!!!"

Lisa Haigler says:

"Fishing"

William Wester says:

"Interested in Fishing and the local Resturants."