Captain William Hilton, while out exploring in 1663, sighted the high bluffs and headlands of the island, naming it Hilton ... More
Sea Island Plantation Overview
Captain William Hilton, while out exploring in 1663, sighted the high bluffs and headlands of the island, naming it Hilton Head. English settlers began arriving in 1698, which resulted in continuing conflicts between them and the native people. This tour, offered each Friday, will give you a taste of what sea island life was like back then, examining both the native islander and plantation lifestyles. Learn about Lowcountry heritage crops and visit the historic Fish Haul Tabby Ruins, a once thriving cotton plantation. Admission: Adult USD12; Child 4-12 USD7. Reservations required. Call to know the open hours.
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Old Fort Pub is a charming restaurant with one of the best views on Hilton Head Island. Perched on the
banks of the Intra coastal Waterway, it showcases unrivaled nightly sunsets and a rich history. So named for the ...
This spacious (4) four bedroom, (3) three bathroom single family house was recently purchased and has all new furniture throughout.
It is located in a quiet area Sea Pines Plantation Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
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