Edisto Island Attractions

Edisto Island Attractions

Botany Bay Plantation

“Pure bliss.” That’s the only way to describe Botany Bay Plantation. The 4,630-acre plantation on Edisto Island was a gift from the Margaret Pepper family. It was given to the state in 1977 by Mr. Pepper but was only able to be used after his wife passed away so she would have the opportunity to … Continue reading Botany Bay Plantation


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Edisto Island Museum

Edisto Island is full of history and has to be one of the best examples of communities that both value history and resist fast growth. Anyone driving to Edisto Island or exploring the island, in general, should visit the Edisto Island Historic Preservation Society to get a full understanding of where they are. Since 1986 … Continue reading Edisto Island Museum


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Edisto Island Serpentarium

The Edisto Island Serpentarium has become a staple on Edisto Island, and is a must visit for anyone visiting the area. Where else but on Edisto Island can over 50 years of wildlife adventure and experience be found. Open to the public since 1999, the Edisto Island Serpentarium combines a modern indoor showcase with a … Continue reading Edisto Island Serpentarium


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