It is a beautiful building with a lot of history, which was explained by the docent. Be sure to walk thru the cemetery where you will find the graves of many prominent people who shaped our country when it was young.
Walking the cemetery with a fantastic tour guide Janet Matlock made it interesting. I highly recommend that you get in touch with Janet. She was recommended by our hotel Rhett House Inn.
This church is very old and very beautiful. The building is surrounded by a graveyard with headstones dating back to the beginnings of this country. It shows you how much Beaufort is a part of the history of not only the South but America. I have been to a service here. It makes for a great start to your week... 更多
Every time I walk thru the property I sense a feel for the history that lays here. The very core of the people who built Beaufort Society as well as those who fought for its freedoms.
Although I'm pretty sure they call themselves Anglican now, having split with the Episcopal Church over the gay marriage thing. If you are the least bit interested in history, old churches, graveyards with graves hundreds of years old, don't miss it. Try to stop by when there is a docent on duty to tell you about it. Beautiful place and... 更多
A treasure in the heart of Beaufort. Church and grounds date back to 1712. Church was occupied during both the Revolutionary and Civil War. Docent tours are great.
This historic church was used as a stable by occupying British troops in the Revolutionary war and a hospital by both the South and North in the Civil war. Best of all, it continues to be a thriving Anglican parish to this day.
The docent's are knowledgable and friendly-happy to answer questions about the amazing history of this beautiful church which pre-dates the American Revolution. Walking through the cemetery is a history lesson as well. The Spanish moss and the quiet makes this a special place to visit more than once.