Verdier House Museum

Built in 1804 by John Mark Verdier, French Huguenot and successful merchant and planter, the Verdier House is a magnificent Federal-style mansion and one of the finest example of early 19th century architecture in the Southeast. The house was graced by the Marquis de Lafayette and then became headquarters for the Union Troops during the Civil War occupation. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971,  The Verdier House Museum is open for tours Monday thru Saturday, 10am to 4pm.  Admission in free. Guided tours are available by appointment.
Located at 801 Bay Street, Beaufort, SC  For info, call (843) 379-6335 or visit the Historic Beaufort Foundation.

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