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All reviews old church oyster shells grave sites down the road worth a stop quick stop penn center bug spray live oaks piece of history take photos tabby ruins cool history take your time spanish moss gullah tour off the beaten path
just went there yesterday with my mom and bro. My mom saw a old man with bucket hat on she said he was a ghost looked like a old white man with bucket hat on from that time period had us all spooked then when...More
Nice little place to wander around when the sun is shining and you don't have a care in the world! It is off the beaten path and don't trust GPS to get you there, we had to back track and get local directions on our...More
We drove from Penn Center to the (Anglican) Chapel of Ease, a tabby-walled church built in the 1740 for the planters of St. Helena Island. Tabby cement is a North African technique mixing oyster shells, lime and sand.
This Chapel of Ease was built by...More
Loved this church. We drove right by it before we saw it. It’s right in the curve of the road and there are several large oak trees around it. There is I also a small cemetery around the church. There are large lights that light...More
Just driving around and it caught our eye. There isn't a lot information on the roadside marker so I googled it later to learn more. If you enjoy cemeteries, old churches and history, you will enjoy it! Neat place to take photos too.
Very interesting stop. The material used to construct the church is way cool. (not gonna be a spoiler) You can feel the rich history. Interesting to see how the Fripp Family was large part of the area.
We loved walking around the ruin of the chapel of ease and will come back because we missed the chance to see the Penn center due to rain. The ruins are simply that and nothing more to see but it is really cool history.