Beaufort Belle Company: Looking for stylish women’s items? Beaufort Belle Company specializes in all things “Southern Girl.” Beaufort Belle offers an exciting array of goods, clothing, and gifts that will make any modern-day belle’s heart sing.
Bay Street Jewelers: Diamonds are a girl’s best friend! With a motto of “Doing Business with Southern Hospitality,” everyone will feel at home when shopping at Bay Street Jewelers. They believe in building client relationships with honesty, integrity, and a distinctive collection of fine jewelry. Bay Street Jewelers can help you in making a quality choice that you will be happy with for years to come.
Higher Ground: Looking for a gift for your adventurer? Higher Ground is an outdoor retail store offering a broad selection of trusted kayaks and gear, clothing and shoes, hiking goods, camping equipment, and climbing gear. (Higher Ground offers Kayaking rentals and tours available)
Bay Street Outfitters: Love Fishing? Bay Street Outfitters is a fisher’s paradise. Selling men’s & women’s fishing clothing, fishing guides, and fishing equipment, they have all of your fishing needs. (Bay Street Outfitters have Fishing Charters available)
Monkey's Uncle: Don’t know what’s popular nowadays? Monkey’s Uncle carries a wide variety of toys, games & books - everything from those that are trending and popular today, as well as those that will take parents and grandparents back to their childhood and still delight today's children.
Glowcountry Mini Golf: Gift the Kids a fun time! Glowcountry Mini Golf is an indoor blacklight 18 hole mini-golf course. Everything from the golf balls to the course itself glows. Give the gift of a fun experience that kids will remember.
The Beaufort Candy Shoppe: What do kids love more than candy? A classic candy shop offering over 700 varieties of your old-time favorites, side by side with the news and most popular candies available. The Beaufort Candy Shoppe has all the perfect stocking stuffers waiting for you.
Penn Center: Nothing says History like Beaufort! The Penn Center does not only play a part in Beaufort History but in American History. The Penn School was one of the first academic schools in the south to provide a formal education for the formerly enslaved. Penn became the first African American. Site in South Carolina whose primary purpose was to safeguard the heritage of the Gullah Geechee community.
Tour Historic Beaufort: Beaufort is steeped in historic charm and natural beauty. Give the gift of a blissful tour around Beaufort. From kayak tours to horsedrawn carriages. All the tours in the area will highlight the rich history and the natural charm that can’t be missed.
The John Mark Verdier House Walk in History. Built in 1805, this Federal-style home was taken over by Union officers as their headquarters during the Civil War. Take a trip through John Mark Verdier’s home and see the history left behind.
Cook On Bay: Cook on Bay is a store for “ Cooking Tools and Foodie Fun! Their Mission is to make shopping for cooking tools fun and educational. They want you to be able to choose from the latest and greatest tools and gadgets.
Lowcountry Produce: A local favorite, Lowcountry Produce has a great selection of handmade jams, pickled goodies, fresh produce, and even local art. They also have an amazing southern breakfast and lunch menu. So whether you want a delicious, made-from-scratch bite to eat or a special treat to take home with you, Lowcountry Produce is the place to find it.
Nevermore Books: Find the perfect book! Nevermore books is a bookstore, unlike any you have ever been in before. Enjoy the great experience and find unique, hard-to-find books and signed first editions. NeverMore is, without a doubt, a destination book shop worthy of a first visit and the many more subsequent visits you’ll make to Beaufort.
The Chocolate Tree: Everyone loves Chocolate! Find the perfect gift for family and friends (even the hard to buy for), choose from the many delicious chocolate selections offered. A visit to the Lowcountry wouldn't be complete without a trip to The Chocolate Tree, a landmark in downtown Beaufort.