Bells is mid island on The Atlantic Ocean. You can sit in the air conditioned dining room, in the spacious screened in bar or outside on the deck. HOURS: TUES-SUN 11:30 AM to 5PM for lunch
5-9PM for dinner TH-FRI-SAT
SUNDAY BRUNCH 11AM - 3PM
Closed on Monday
The store offers a wide variety of gifts and t-shirts, including books on the history of the island. They also have a small selection of basic groceries, beer and wine.
Open 9AM to 5PM daily
Eatery (deli sandwiches, soups, pizzas and specials) bar and general store at the county dock and within walking distance of the center
Hours: Thurs - Monday 11AM - 8PM
The burger boat is a floating food truck. Their menu includes burgers, hotdogs, chicken sandwiches, and fish tacos.
They can be found at the Melrose Dock on Friday in the summer from 11:30-2
(Seasonal & weather dependent)
The Marsh Tackys are the descendents of the original Spanish conquistadors horses. Book a beach ride, a marsh ride, or a tour of the facilities and a chance to meet the newest addition to the stables, baby Clover!
The pool is open to the public for a fee. You are also able to order lunch and drinks.
Pool Pass - $12/day for adults
$6/day for children 8 and under
Open 10-6 daily
Sallie Ann Robinson is an American cookbook author, celebrity chef, cultural historian sixth generation native to Daufuskie. She is the real "Ethel" in the Pat Conroy book, "The Water is Wide" written about his time teaching on Daufuskie. She leads a wonderful 3 hour tour that benefits the Gullah Heritage Society
Ride one of the last remaining horse friendly beaches in the United States.
Island Head offers a 90 minute cruise on the intercoastal that departs from The Freeport Marina
Tour Daufuskie offers a variety of tours and rentals. Click below for more info.
Stop by and see Leanne and Rhonda for a demonstration of the indigo dying process & to shop their beautiful wares!
Hours: 10-4 M-SAT Closed on Sunday
The museum is open but has not posted set hours yet.
Stop by the self service gallery to see the wonderful work of Chase Allen, a local award winning artist. Pick up a treasure from the sea to adorn your walls and remind you of your time on Daufuskie!
Jan creates handcrafted, small batch, bath and body products. Stop by and check out her current offerings.
Open - TUES - SAT 11-4
Oak and Oyster is a tribute to the legacy of the hard work and history of Daufuskie Island. The Tara Center carries a selection of their hats and shirts.
We have miles of nearly deserted beach just 10 minutes from the center.
The historical Society
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