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Whether you're looking for history, sporting events or natural wonders and beauty, Kiawah Island and the greater Charleston area have a variety of attractions that provide entertainment and education for the whole family. Featured activities include the South Carolina Aquarium, the Drayton Hall Plantation House, which is the oldest preserved plantation house open to the public in the U.S., and Night Heron Park Nature Center.

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A must-see for anyone visiting Kiawah Island or Charleston, SC, the Angel Oak Tree is thought to be one of the oldest living organisms in the U.S. at over 400-500 years old.


Founded in 1681 when Englishman Major John Boone came to Charleston and established a lucrative plantation and gracious home on the banks of Wampacheone Creek, the Boone Hall Plantation has been open to the public since 1956.


The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry aims to engage children’s potential by inviting families of all backgrounds to explore environments, spark imagination and stimulate curiosity through the power of play.


If you're looking for vineyards near Charleston or Kiawah Island for your Lowcountry vacation, you're in luck. Nestled on 48-acres and complete with South Carolina charm, Deep Water Vineyard is just 30 minutes south of Charleston on Wadmalaw Island.


Nestled amongst live oaks and Spanish moss, a stone's throw from the beautiful Noisette Creek, sits the newly built Firefly Distillery. Located...


With its unique, natural environment, close proximity to the beach, and unparalleled facilities, Night Heron Park offers the perfect location for an...

kiawah conservancy
(843) 768-2029

The Kiawah Conservancy is a chartered non-profit, Section 501(c)(3), grassroots organization that was established by Island residents in 1997, to preserve the...