Quality Inn St. Helena - Beaufort South
863 Sea Island Parkway
St. Helena Island, SC 29920
Phone: (843) 838-5022
Fax: (843) 838-5122
This professional orchestra performs an array of concerts during their season including a classical concert in October and February, a Christmas concert in December, a Pops concert in May, and a concert at the Waterfront Park in early June.
Take a break from the commercialized multiplexes and head to the Highway 21 Drive-In Beaufort for a movie with friends, family or that special someone. Highway 21 Drive-In Beaufort lets you enjoy latest releases under the starlit sky while delectable snacks like burgers, sandwiches and sodas keep your palate company. Arrive here in your car, tune in your radio to the said frequency and sit back to enjoy a memorable evening. The prices at Highway 21 Drive-In Beaufort are humble but the theater screen and the surrounding ground is immaculately maintained, thereby leaving no room for complain. Pets are allowed too but make sure your four-legged friends are on a leash.
A professional nonprofit theatre that presents an array of highly acclaimed theatrical productions and musical reviews each season in a comfortable playhouse that seats approximately 80 people.
Each February, the Native Island Business and Community Affairs Association hosts this annual event offering an opportunity to experience the arts, crafts, foods and history of the Gullah people.
Hilton Head Comedy Club was established in 2008 to serve as a platform for America's comedians and stand-up artists, who tour the world. One of the premier comedy theaters of the city, Hilton Head Comedy Club's itinerary is rich and diverse. From adult comic acts and kids shows to family events, every program at the club is widely attended and appreciated. Occasionally, week-long comedy festivals are also hosted by the club. Call ahead for event information and more.
This theater features 10 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
There's more to Hilton Head than sand dunes and sand traps. A vivacious arts scene is in full bloom, as evidenced by the success of the Hilton Head Art League. In their gallery, you'll find a never-ending succession of exhibitions and special events, featuring both renowned masters and up-and-coming newbies. For the artistically inclined, they offer on-site classes and workshops, and the facility (and related website) also serves as a great networking tool. See said website for event calendar, class schedule and more.
Main Street Youth Theatre, a non-profit organization, provides a nurturing environment for young local thespians to develop their craft. The theatre produces high-quality theatrical experiences that everyone, young and old, can enjoy.
Honey Horn, the oldest and only surviving plantation home in Hilton Head, is a beautiful 68-acre site. Once owned by legendary Wall Street tycoon Alfred Lee Loomis, the plantation now plays host to a prime amount of Hilton Head events. So if you're in this neck of the woods, swing by Honey Horn and enjoy some good-natured frivolity.
Hilton Head, long a destination of artists looking for a tranquil place to unleash their creative energies, continues to be a prime setting for the creation and appreciation of all things artistic. The Arts Center goes a long way toward cementing this reputation, what with its year-round program of concerts, theater, dance and performance art with the Elizabeth Wallace Theater at the center of its performance schedule. And all of that is to say nothing of the Center's on-site gallery, where you'll find works by artists local and international. See website for calendar of events and more.
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.
The Elizabeth Wallace Theater is the epicenter of art for the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina in Hilton Head. This stage sees national, regional and visiting theater companies perform on its stage as well as a number of concerts, lectures and performances. The Arts Center itself is proud to produce five theatrical productions throughout the year.