Honey Horn History Walk

Meets at the Museum
$10 adult, $5 child (ages 4-12)

Honey Horn Nature Tour

Meets at the Museum
$10 adult, $5 children (ages 5-12 with adult)

Fishing Camp for Kids

Meets at the Museum
$35 per child (ages 7-14)

Butterfly Discovery

Meets at the Museum
$10 adult, $5 children (ages 5-12 with adult)

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Exploring Pinckney Island

Meets at Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge
$12 adult, $7 child (ages 4-12)

Marine Science Expedition

Meets at Pinckney Island Boat Landing
$40 adult, $30 child (ages 4-12)

Kayaking

Meets at Jarvis Creek Water Sports
$32 adult, $28 child (ages 5-12 with adult)

Shrimp Trawl Expedition

Meets at Hudson’s Dock
$40 adult, $20 child (ages 4-12)

Amazing Oysters

Meets at Museum (6/9, 6/23, 7/7, 7/21, 8/4, 8/18)
$10 adult, $5 child (ages 4-12)

Camp Dig It

Meets at Museum (6/16, 6/30, 7/14, 7/28, 8/11)
$12 per person

Blue Crab Discovery

Meets at Museum
$15 adult, $10 child (ages 4-12)

Beach Discovery

Mitchelville Beach Park
$12 adult, $7 child (ages 4-12)

Island Story

Meets at Museum
$7 per person (no children under 7)

Evening Sea Turtle Talk

Location given after registration
$20 adult, $15 child (ages 5-12)

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Forts of Port Royal

Meets at Port Royal Golf Clubhouse
$12 adult, $7 child (ages 7-12)

Dolphin Research Excursion

Meets at Calhoun Street Dock, Bluffton, in cooperation with USCB
$55 adult (ages 10 and older)

Kayaking

Meets at Jarvis Creek Water Sports
$32 adult, $28 child (ages 5-12 with adult)

Butterfly Discovery

Meets at the Museum
$10 adult, $5 children (ages 5-12 with adult)

Lowcountry Critters

Meets at the Museum 11AM-3PM
$10 adults, $5 children

Dolphin & Nature Cruise

Meets at Broad Creek Marina
$19 adult, $13 children (ages 2-12)

Evening Sea Turtle Talk

Location given after registration
$20 adult, $15 child (ages 5-12)

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Exploring Pinckney Island

Meets at Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge
$12 adult, $7 child (ages 4-12)

Blue Crab Discovery

Meets at Museum
$15 adult, $10 child (ages 4-12)

Fishing Camp for Kids

Meets at the Museum
$35 per child (ages 7-14)

Honey Horn History Walk

Meets at the Museum
$10 per adult, $5 for children (4-12 years)

May River Expedition

Meets at Calhoun St. Dock, Bluffton
$35 adult, $25 child (ages 4-12)

Kayaking

Meets at Jarvis Creek Water Sports
$32 adult, $28 child (ages 5-12
with adult)

Historic Fort Mitchel

Meets at Fort Mitchel
$12 adult, $7 children

 

Discovery Camp

Meets at the Museum
$35 per child non member, $30 members (ages 7-12)

Lowcountry Critters

Meets at the Museum 11AM-3PM
$10 adults, $5 children

Civil War Era

Meets at the Museum
$7 per person

Evening Sea Turtle Talk

Location given after registration
$20 adult, $15 child (ages 5-12)

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Salt Marsh Discovery

Meets at the Museum
$10 adult, $5 child (ages 4-12)

Dolphin & Nature Cruise

Meets at Broad Creek Marina
$19 adult, $13 children (ages 2-12)

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Dolphin Research Excursion

Meets at Calhoun Street Dock, Bluffton, in cooperation with USCB
$55 adult (ages 10 and older)

Sweetgrass Basket Class

Meets at the Museum (Saturdays 7/11 – 8/29)
$65 per person

Lowcountry Critters

Meets at the Museum 11 AM-3 PM
$10 adults, $5 children

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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS

Call for Entries: “An Eye for History, Visions of Honey Horn”

July 23rd – August 31st (Entries must be received by June 5th.)

The Coastal Discovery Museum is seeking entries for a juried exhibition that highlights Hilton Head Island’s historic Honey Horn property. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Museum will host an exhibition that reveals Honey Horn’s beauty, history, and heritage as seen by a wide variety of artists. Two and three dimensional artwork depicting, or inspired by, the unique Honey Horn site, may be submitted for consideration. Application available here.

The Combahee River Raid: Harriet Tubman and Lowcountry Liberation

Wednesday, June 3rd – 3 PM – Presentation and booksigning by Jeff Grigg

In 1863, the Union was unable to adequately fill its black regiments. In an attempt to remedy that, Colonel James Montgomery led a raid up the Combahee River on June 2 to gather recruits and punish the plantations. Aiding him was an expert at freeing slaves–famed abolitionist Harriet Tubman. This remarkable effort to successfully rescue about 750 enslaved men, women and children, is chronicled in Jeff W. Grigg’s history, “The Combahee River Raid: Harriet Tubman and Lowcountry Liberation.”

The Hilton Head Island Land Trust will host Mr. Grigg at the Coastal Discovery Museum. No charge and reservations are not required.

Bat Biology and Conservation

Monday, July 27th – 3 PM

Rob Mies, TV personality, conservation biologist, bat expert, author, and Executive Director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, speaks about the benefits of bats and other wildlife, the need for conservation, and what can be done to protect biodiversity. Animals are presented in a way that will entertain, educate, and engage. Live bats will be shown during the presentation. $7 per person, reservations required.

Art Market photoArt Market at Historic Honey Horn

Outdoor, Juried Fine Art and Craft  Show – April 30 & May 1, 2016. Applications will be available in August 2015 for the 2016 show.

Over 90 artists participated in 2015.  Click here for a list of the winners.