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WORTHY OF ITS PLACE IN HISTORY, LITERATURE, & HEARTS
Nestled at the mouth of the Charleston Harbor and neighbor to the Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island is an inviting mix of wide beaches and watersports, history and folklore, local restaurants and shops, peace and perfect - just minutes from one of the country's most beloved cities, Charleston, South Carolina.
Calling Beach Lovers of All Ages
At just 3.3 miles, what Sullivan's Island lacks in sheer size, it more than makes up for in beauty and charm. Its beachfront lands are owned by the town and protected under easements, forever preserving the beautiful, vital environment they - and visitors from around the world - treasure.
Whether you're soaking up Revolutionary War history at Fort Moultrie, kiteboarding at top speeds, relaxing with your sandy feet up and a view of the Lighthouse, or dining al fresco with the family on Middle Street, Sullivan's Island promises that time spent here is time well remembered, always.
The Charleston Museum
Gibbes Museum of Art
Old Slave Mart
Karpeles Manuscript Museum
American LaFrance Fire Museum
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