Saint Helena Parish Chapel of Ease Ruins, Saint Helena Island

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  • The remains of this Chapel are very interesting, as it isn't something a Midwesterner like me sees very often, if ever. The Chapel was constructed in the 1700's using Tabby Construction - which uses s...  more »
  • The skeletal remains of an 18th century church built of tabby is a little of the beaten path but worth the trip for some interesting photo ops. If you've driven this far, you might as well keep going ...  more »
  • Stopped there after reading the reviews since I love old churches. I was not disappointed, the place is lovely and so peaceful. Take your time and just feel the history!  more »
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  • Made of barnacles. Very cool. Too many bugs. These Beaufort people know how to keep history.
  • A very interesting ruin and a quick stop.
  • Beautiful ruins. Wish someone took better up keep of them :( Love learning our local history!
  • Beautiful
  • Another gem along the SC coast! The construction is particularly interesting as is the mausoleum adjacent to the property. Creepy but way cool!