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Billie Burn Historic Museum and Gullah Learning Center
Museum that tells the story of the history of Daufuskie Island and its early inhabitants. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 1-4pm. Website
Little White School House
Operated as a school from 1913 to 1962.
Mary Field School / Daufuskie Blues
Former two room schoolhouse that now houses (aside from the School Grounds Coffee Shop) an indigo textile dying shop called Daufuskie Blues. Website
Iron Fish Gallery & Studio
Gallery of metal fish, crab, mermaid, turtle, and stingray sculptures made on Daufuskie Island by renowned metal artist Chase Allen. Check out his Website!
The Silver Dew Pottery
Gallery and studio of Lancy & Emily Burn. Stop by to view their incredible, sought-after pottery, and hear stories from Lancy’s life growing up on Daufuskie Island.
Old Daufuskie Crab Company
Outdoor restaurant right on the water with great sunset views. Everything from shrimp to steak to an extensive kids’ menu. Website
Melrose on the Beach
With an indoor seating area and screened in porch, Melrose Beach Club is sure to please everyone. Open for lunch, dinner, and brunch on Sunday, they serve a variety of sandwiches, salads and dinner specials.
Lucy Bell’s Cafe
Amazing lowcountry cuisine on the Southern end of Daufuskie Island. Enjoy their delicious cuisine in the shade of a gorgeous live oak. Facebook Page
School Grounds Coffee Shop
Quaint coffee shop located in the Maryfields School building on School Road. School Grounds has espresso drinks (made from fair trade, single origin, 100% arabica beans), teas, hot chocolate, and more. Facebook Page