Completed in 1875, guests can still climb all the way to the top of this beautiful lighthouse, with an observation deck that rises 167 steps above the waterfront. It's a must-see stop and offers some of the most breathtaking views in Beaufort.
Mark Verdier House
Featuring ornate period furniture, antiques and treasures from the past, this museum and mansion is one of the most iconic buildings in town. Step inside and take a glimpse back into the past with a guided tour of this popular attraction in the heart of downtown.
Prince William’s Parish Church
Known today as the Old Sheldon Church, these ruins were originally a parish church built during the mid-1700's to mimic the architecture of a Greek temple. The grounds are said to be haunted but offer some of the most beautiful photo ops in all of Beaufort.
Located on St. Helena Island on Land's End, Fort Fremont was built in 1899 to serve as a fort during the Spanish American War. It was deactivated in the early 1920's but today is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a vital part of Beaufort's history.
More Historic Attractions Nearby
- Beaufort History Museum
- Beaufort National Cemetery
- Chapel of Ease
- Heritage Library
- Historic Beaufort Arsenal
- Penn Center
- Reconstruction Era National Monument