Church of the Cross
12 locals recommend ·
About this place
The Church of the Cross is a historic Episcopal Church on Calhoun Street in Bluffton, South Carolina. It was built in 1857 and added to the National Register in 1975.
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Plenty of shade and grassy areas for a picnic, bottle of wine or just to sit and enjoy the views. Popular spot for photography (people and landscapes!). You may catch a glimpse of a dolphin in the May River. Excellent sunsets!
This is a popular historic landmark in Bluffton with beautiful views of the water located off Calhoun street. They are most welcoming, step inside the church if you would like and someone would be there to greet you and give you history. You are also able to purchase local honey here!
The most beautiful and historic building and site in Old Town sitting on the Bluff of the May River. One of only four structures spared from burning by the Union Army during the Civil War.
The Church of the Cross: Bluffton, a docent will give a history of this beautiful church which sits on the bluff of the May River.
Beautiful church over looking the May River where you can catch the best sunset you'll ever see!
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“Historical structure built on shells from previous shucking operations over the last two hundred years. Beautiful scenery including working shrimp boats and May River. Lots of outdoor space for kids and dogs to run. More information at www.blufftonoyster.com.”
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“The Cottage is a little bit further, but still could be walked to. It's a little more upscale, but perfect for breakfast and lunch!”
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“Impossible to describe, eccentric clothing, jewelry, furnishings, bags and the folk who sell them will keep you entertained as long as you stay.”
- 5 locals recommend