Town of James Island

Visitor's Center

PO Box 12240

James Island, SC 29422

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Phone: (843) 771-4141

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Town of James Island

James Island, one of the sea islands that dot the coast and surround the peninsula of historic Charleston, is part of the seat of America’s most authentic African culture. To honor this history the annual three-day Island Heritage Festival celebrates the Gullah culture.

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