The Seabrook community is uniquely important for both its location and its structures. Set halfway between historic Midway, Georgia, and St. Catherine’s Island, GA, and 30 miles south of Savannah, this village is rich in early Gullah Geechee tradition. Its population is largely descended from enslaved people from the area’s original cotton, corn, and rice plantations. Our families have continued to live here for subsequent generations.

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We currently do not offer tours. We plan to re-open to the general public soon.
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Seabrook Village is located 4 miles east of I-95 Georgia Exit 76 From I-95, travel east on GA Hwy. 38 for four miles and turn left on Trade Hill Road. Just past the Sunbury Baptist Church, turn left into the main parking area adjacent to the Bowens House Office.

For your convenience, Seabrook Village provides a picnic area, restrooms, and a gift shop at the Education Pavilion. Students are welcome to visit the shop in chaperoned groups of five or less. Seabrook Village is a mostly handicapped-accessible site.

Dress for outdoor comfort and the weather. Clothing should be suitable for interactive demonstrations and changing conditions.