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The Weather in Beaufort
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 41°. The month of October has nice weather with only 6 rainy days.
Peek back in time with a historic vacation home in Beaufort, SC
Head to Beaufort on Port Royal Island, and make the most of this small city's antebellum architecture by choosing from one of the many vacation homes built in this historic style. Enjoy a shaded porch, a front yard with oak trees draped in Spanish moss, and the laid-back lifestyle of this southern town.
From lowcountry waters
Make the most of the abundant local seafood with a visit to the Saltus River Grill, where you can enjoy sea scallops and dorado cooked on a wood-fired grill. Cold water mussels or sea island shrimp with creamy, stone-ground grits are a South Carolina favorite.
Lady's Island Dockside offers lovely views over the Harbor River wetlands. Potato-crusted North Atlantic whitefish with Vidalia onion coleslaw, buttermilk flounder, Battery Creek crab cakes, and fried oysters are just some of the menu's standout items.
Art and architecture
Art lovers and artists alike should stop by the Beaufort Art Association's center downtown. Besides the gallery showing off members' work, their calendar is packed full with shows, events, and workshops.
To see an early antebellum, Federal-style property, the Verdier House tour makes for an educational outing. This decadently detailed mansion from 1804 paints a picture of life in Beaufort at the time; John Mark Verdier was a prominent local planter and merchant.
Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park is perfectly situated for enjoying Beaufort's lively Harbor River neighborhood and very walkable downtown. Watch boats in the marina, stroll along the wide shoreline path, take a horse buggy ride, and visit a nearby cafe.
The best spot in town for getting a sense of Beaufort's colonial history and onward is the protected Beaufort Historic District. Walk the charming lanes to spot Victorian and Greek Revival mansions, homes in the Queen Anne style, and even neoclassical examples. Don't miss the art deco U.S. District Courthouse.
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