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The John Mark Verdier House to reopen for public tours this Friday!

The John Mark Verdier House is reopening for the Thanksgiving holiday, and will resume to normal hours this December!

The John Mark Verdier House is reopening November 27 and 28th for the Thanksgiving holiday, and will resume normal hours Monday- Friday, 10:30 am to 3:30 pm, starting December 3, 2020.

The John Mark Verdier House Museum is one of the most significant Beaufort landmarks and has its part in South Carolina history. Built in 1804, this magnificent home is a testament to the beauty of Federal style architecture located right in downtown Beaufort on Bay Street.

The John Mark Verdier House was listed on the National Historic Registry in 1971.

Today the home is maintained by the Historic Beaufort Foundation and can be seen weekly as part of a tour. It is also home to many exhibits throughout the year. The home is set up per period and has been brought back to one of its original colors.

Stop in and see what 200 years ago in Beaufort feels like. There is a wonderful Civil War museum housed in the bottom floor of the home and also a beautiful example of tabby is displayed there.

To learn more about this historic home & museum, please visit the listing below…

John Mark Verdier House