The Verdier House, built ca. 1804 by John Mark Verdier, a prosperous merchant and planter, is one of the finest examples of a Federal-style home. The interior shows examples of many fine architectural details, including an elaborate arch in the entrance hallway. During its history, the Verdier House served as the post headquarters for Union soldiers during the Civil War and was the site of the first telephone exchange in Beaufort. The house is in Beaufort's National Historic Landmark District.
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801 Bay ST,
Beaufort, SC 29902
Info & Amenities
Going south on I-95, take exit 32 following signs to Beaufort on US 21 and into the Historic District on Carteret Street and turning right on Bay Street. Going north on I-95, take exit 8 to Beaufort, following signs to Beaufort on Route 170. Take 170 into
$10, ages 6 & younger admitted free; active military free
Days and Hours of Operation
M-Sa 10:30am-4pm (last tour at 3:30pm)
Days and Holidays Closed
Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day -- recommend calling for other closings.
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