Thursdays, 11:00 am
Ft Mitchel in Hilton Head Plantation, a site on the National Register of Historic Places
Registration required, visit heritagelib.org/Tours
Limited to 8 people per tour to ensure social distancing
Fort Mitchel contains the remains of a coastal defense battery erected in 1862 to protect the Port Royal Sound by way of Skull Creek from incursions by Confederate gunboats.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating Civil War history of Hilton Head Island with a visit to Fort Mitchel. The site contains the remains of a coastal defense battery erected in 1862 to protect the Port Royal Sound by way of Skull Creek from incursions by Confederate gunboats based in the Savannah River. Costumed characters and an expert tour guide will demonstrate the vital historic importance of this place and the role the fort and its namesake, General Mitchel, played in shaping Hilton Head history, including historic Mitchelville.
$15/ADULT • $10/CHILD
Registration required, visit heritagelib.org/Tours.
This tour is located at Ft. Mitchel in Hilton Head Plantation, 65 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island
We are committed to the safety of our volunteers and our guests. We encourage our guests to wear masks during all Heritage Library events. Social distancing will be practiced at The Heritage Library and at our Historic Sites. We are also participating in enhanced cleaning procedures.