By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery Japanese restaurants are ideal destinations for groups with different food preferences. Sushi and sashimi provide the opportunity to experience the true essence of fish, from cooked and familiar to raw and exotic. Subtly flavored noodle dishes such as udon, soba and ramen make a hearty comfort meal. Tempura cuisine is… Read More…
Arts and Museums in Hilton Head, SC
The Coastal Discovery Museum offers programs, activities, and exhibits year-round to make learning about Hilton Head and other sea islands an enjoyable experience for island visitors and residents alike.
Located in the heart of Hilton Head Island, the award winning regional Arts Center of Coastal Carolina is a remarkable showcase for professional performing and visual arts, as well as cultural festivals and educational outreach.
The Sandbox is a non-profit, hands-on interactive museum filled with unique entertaining, and educational play areas including a ship, international airport with a plane, Loggerhead Sandcastle, construction zone, bank, kitchen, arts and crafts and more.
First Presbyterian Church | Hilton Head Island | 843-842-2055
The May River Theatre
ULMER AUDITORIUM, Bluffton Town Hall | Bluffton, SC | 843-837-7798
Hilton Head Dance School & Theatre
24 Palmetto Business Park Road | Hilton Head Island | 843-785-5477
25 New Orleans Road | Hilton Head Island | 843-689-6246
Hilton Head Island Arts and Museums
Hilton Head Island features exceptional cultural opportunities throughout the year for art lovers. The Coastal Discovery Museum offers a hands-on exploration of the history, wildlife and heritage of coastal South Carolina. For children, the Sandbox is an interactive museum filled with unique entertaining and educational play areas. The Museum of Hilton Head exhibits artifacts relating to the island’s history and culture. Nature walks, loggerhead turtle watch protection program, and an oral history project are among its many offerings. The Art Center of Coastal Carolina sets the stage for professional performing and visual arts, as well as cultural festivals and educational outreach.
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Pairing the perfect wine with this traditionally Southern dish is surprisingly easy. By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery It took thousands of years for the Lowcountry’s distinctive cuisine to evolve out of ancient Native American and West African food ways. Shrimp and Grits is a great example of that culinary crossroads. Grits are coarsely ground corn boiled… Read More…
Interested in taking a day trip to Savannah, GA? Are you an art lover? Than it’s well worth the 45 minute drive to the Hostess City of the South. And the City Market region of Savannah is the perfect place to enjoy a bustling art scene. Historic City Market is the “Art & Soul of… Read More…
By Allison Hersh Hilton Head Island’s iconic mollusks take center stage as part of this new culinary heritage experience. “May River oysters are close to perfection!” – Pat Conroy, author of “Price of Tides”, “Beach Music” and “The Water Is Wide” The new Lowcountry Oyster Trail is an experiential tourism, economic development and environmental conservation initiative celebrating… Read More…
Taking place throughout the entire month of February, The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Gullah people and their history on Hilton Head Island. GullahCelebration.com offers a synopsis of this event in the description below. Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration programming includes a variety of events designed to attract local… Read More…