Coastal Discovery Museum

Coastal Discovery Museum

70 Honey Horn Drive
Hilton Head Island SC 29926
843-689-6767

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  • Jun 23, 2020 by Lou Sist

    This holds a special place in our hearts. We have been taking our daughter here on her birthday since she was 3, just turned 16. The butterfly exhibit is absolutely amazing!

  • Jun 17, 2020 by Jenny Hansen Lane

    Educational

    Clean

    Safe

    Family oriented

    Affordable snacks

    Free maps

    Beautiful views

  • May 30, 2020 by Teri Homan

    I love this place. They have a beautiful museum and unfortunately with the virus it was closed. You are still able to tour the grounds but the buildings are all closed. I still enjoyedmyseld. It was a lovely day for a mature type walj.

  • Mar 07, 2020 by Teerajieramm Jett

    A great museum for young children as well as adults. It’s rare to find hands-on activities for children, botanical gardens and gallery spaces for the traditional museum goer all in one location. The scenic open spaces are ideal for the special events and festivals which take place here. If you have the time, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Coastal Discovery Museum!

  • Mar 01, 2020 by Tony Topoleski

    Wasn't at the museum. I was on the Honey Horn site to attend a gathering for the Heritage Golf Tournament.

    This is a very good location for such gatherings. The museum is very interesting. I have visited it numerous times.

    Come check out the Honey Horn site.

  • Feb 20, 2020 by Otis Laird

    Much bigger way more impressive inside than it appears... great place to casually browse. They have some interesting information about the history of Hilton Head Island.

  • Feb 01, 2020 by Gene Schaeffer

    Great place to visit. Vert informative about a lot of different subjects having to do with the area. Has souvenir type items to buy with tie ins to area. I believe various boat rides, etc., can be arranged from here. Very good, small farmers market there on Tues mornings with great and unusual cheeses, micro greens, free range chickens from local farm and farmer and more. Very worthwhile to visit this museum. I believe they have talks on certain days or nights too, regarding Hilton Head history and the local coastal region.

  • Jan 15, 2020 by Denise Hamel

    Great place! Free parking, and lots of historic knowledge to be gained. The gift shop is nice, and they have Gullah individuals making baskets. The baskets are for sale but pricey...like over $100 pricey. You can get historic yours here or just roam the grounds.

  • Nov 06, 2019 by Arielle Wilson

    Really beautiful property with a lot to see. The history of Hilton Head is narrated throughout with stories about the founding families as the cornerstone. A charming butterfly conservatory that still had butterflies left at the end of the season was free to visit as well as the relaxing boat dock area with shelter and viewfinders to see birds and other wildlife. Our only disappointment was that a great deal of the property was blocked off for a private event, but that is bound to happen with such a lovely location.

  • Feb 28, 2016 by Mark E.

    Everyone who visits HHI owes it to themselves to better understand the history of the Island is this is a great place to do it. Despite the oppressive heat and humidity, we really enjoyed the exhibitions and grounds of the museum.