Saint Simons Island has its share of landmarks embedded in the annals of history.  From the time the first settlers came to the island in the 1700’s, these places have a story to tell.

Wesley Garden and Memorial

Take a stroll in the beautiful Wesley Garden located across from Christ Church in the north end of the island.

St. Simons Lighthouse and Museum

Built in 1872, this active lighthouse is the defining landmark for the Golden Isles.  Closed for the time being, the lighthouse is scheduled to reopen on June 1.  To learn more about the lighthouse and to get your tour tickets, click the link below.

Fort Frederica National Monument

The Fort Frederica National Monument is now fully open to the public 9am to 5 pm daily.

World War II Homefront Museum

Discover Coastal Georgia’s extraordinary contributions to winning World War II.

Epworth By The Sea

Georgia’s Methodist Conference Center, a celebrated destination for groups, couples, and families in search of a peaceful environment and a chance to rediscover what’s truly important.

Bloody Marsh Battle Site

In 1742, during the War of Jenkins’ Ear, English and Spanish forces fought in an encounter later known as the “Battle of Bloody Marsh“. The name came from old tales claiming the marsh “ran red with the blood of Spaniards“.