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DAUFUSKIE ISLAND RUM COMPANY
100% American made Rum is distilled, bottled and packed by hand here on Daufuskie Island. The sun, sea and rich history all blend together to make this island the perfect place for the Daufuskie Island Rum Company and an unforgettable Lowcountry treasure.
DAUFUSKIE WINE AND WOODWORKS
Wine and woodworking shop in a sustainably built barn on Daufuskie Island on the Intracoastal Waterway. Organic wines and wooden boatbuilding - cool stuff!
SILVER DEW POTTERY
Lancy and Emily Burn have created thousands of pieces and they are enjoyed all over the world. You can find their unique pottery across the street from the Iron Fish Gallery. Take home a handcrafted piece of Daufuskie!
IRON FISH GALLERY
Coastal sculptor Chase Allen handcrafts vintage finished coastal sculptures. 2014 Recipient of the Martha Stewart Hosted American Made Audience Choice Award Contest. Also featured in Southern Living, Martha Stewart Living, Coastal Living, Charleston Magazine, Charleston Home Magazine, South Magazine, Hilton Head Monthly, CH2 Magazine sculptures
Dedicated to bringing the spirit of Daufuskie Island to you in the form of the finest bath and body products. Our handcrafted products are made in-house in small batches, never on an automated assembly line. Daufuskie Peach offers a truly authentic, artisanal indulgence delivered right to your doorstep. We hope you enjoy the pure, simple, clean experience!
BLOODY POINT LIGHTHOUSE & MUSEUM
Be sure to visit our gift shop to remember your time spent on Daufuskie Island, or to gift to someone who loves Daufuskie and its history. We are certain you will find something that will remind you of our special Island. You will love exploring this quaint little gift shop with a Daufuskie Island flair.
THE COMMUNITY FARM
Since 2010, Daufuskie Community Farm and Artisan Village has devoted its energy to passionately advocating sustainable living on Daufuskie Island. With the initial introduction of the community farm that attracted those desiring to have a hands-on way of producing food for their community, a growing desire has occurred to make a difference.
Silver Dew Winery
The tiny and historic Silver Dew Winery is located in a small building on Daufuskie Island that dates all the way back to 1883.
BILLIE BURN MUSEUM
You might come to Daufuskie for its history, or its natural beauty, or its eclectic atmosphere. Whatever the reason, it’s always a good idea to start at the Billie Burn Museum for maps and a little background about the island. The museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday from 1pm-4pm. The museum can also be opened at other times by appointment for groups (given appropriate advance notice). Call 406 270 6586.
The Historical Trail Map has been augmented to include shops and restaurants.
Created by friends, Rhonda Davis and Leanne Coulter, on beautiful Daufuskie Island. Daufuskie Blues creates custom, hand dyed textiles made with organic indigo and other colors harvested from nature, inspired by ancient cultures Facebook.com/daufuskieblues
DAUFUSKIE HARDWOOD BOARDS
An enigmatic “new” artist is Lynell Lynke. Her artistic journey began when she discovered the beauty of the trees on Daufuskie which are as diverse as they are beautiful. What emerges is almost miraculous – a piece of debris transformed into a piece of art – an ugly duckling turned into an elegant swan – potential recognized and perfection restored. Contact Lynell at 853-736-4438 or email her at
shell art – custom mirrors, wreaths, trees, lamps boxes, balls etc. Call for appointment or more information:
The Glass House
A visit to Melony Larson’s Glass working studio and gallery is like being in Wonderland. Her earrings, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, appetizer forks, key chains and more will delight the eye of anyone who ventures in. Say hello to Mr. McCaw at the door.
Contact Melanie at 843-341-5765 or