Lady's Island Dockside
Recommandé par 10 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4
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Looking for a seafood platter or low country boil? Look no further. Be sure to ask for a table outside if weather permits.
4.4 miles. A local favorite. New location open on 11th st. Port Royal. Called 11th St. Fish camp. Casual Dining Excellent Steaks/Friday & Saturday Prime Rib/ Full Bar Available. Open Daily 4:30pm-10:00pm Freshest Local Seafood Available!
Buzzing, waterfront bar/eatery with a nautical motif & Southern seafood meals, plus outdoor seating. The best seafood in Beaufort! Always busy but worth the wait.
Local restaurant, Seafood, there will be a wait and they do not take reservations so grab a drink and enjoy the atmosphere!
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“The Kazoo Factory houses "Kazoobie Kazoos", America's only full-time manufacturer of plastic kazoos. Our building also houses "The Kazoo Museum", a wonderful collection of historic and interesting kazoos. We offer Factory Tours and a chance to make your own kazoo. Perfect for families, school groups, bus tours, and senior citizens. Our gift shop sells all kinds of kazoos and fun musical instruments. Open year round, except major holidays. Free Wi-Fi. Bus and RV Parking. Handicap Accessible. Factory tours are offered four times per day, Monday-Friday on the hours of: 10AM, 11AM, 2PM, and 3PM. Group tours are available upon request. Admission: 3 and under Free. $5- Ages 4-11. $7- Ages 12 and up. ”
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“Learn the real saga of America at the Santa Elena History Center. Founded in 1566, Santa Elena was the first European settlement in North America. Her fascinating but little known story is one of religion, geopolitics, cultural clashes, war and struggles to survive. The History Center is now open seven days a week and is housed in the newly renovated, federal courthouse in downtown Beaufort. Today, the Santa Elena site is a National Historic Landmark, important for its associations with the 16th-century conflict between Spain and France for control of the New World. Located on nearby Parris Island, the site is also considered archaeologically significant and tours of the site itself are available.”
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