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DINNER AT THE CRAB SHACK: Known as one of Tybee's staple restaurants, The Crab Shack is iconic among the island and provides an experience unlike any other. It also just so happens to have its own history, too! Formerly a fish camp, The Crab Shack started out as a casual place for the locals to come together and enjoy a tasty meal. Now more than 30 years later, visitors from all over come here to enjoy the mouthwatering seafood platters and the authentic "Crab Shack experience". D AY 3 BIKE THROUGH FORT SCREVEN: Located on the north end of the island, Fort Screven is a historic district on Tybee that has significant landmarks that you can't miss, and what better way to swift through the neighborhood than by bike? Stop in Tim's Bike and Beach Gear to get set up and embark on a historic tour through Fort Screven. Make sure to ride through Officer's Row for breathtaking views and a glimpse into the properties that ranking officers and their families were housed at. TOUR THE COAST BY BOAT: Set sail on an unforgettable experience with a guided boat tour. Coastal Georgia's beautiful waterways and marshes have a history of their own that is worth diving into. Book an eco-tour with Bull River Cruises or hop on Sundial Charters where you can explore the estuaries and even try your hand at fossil hunting. Just south of our barrier island lies a pure, uninhabited nature preserve called Little Tybee Island. This hidden treasure is actually twice the size of Tybee Island and has a history of its own. Hop on a kayak tour or one of the boat experiences to travel over and see all the history Little Tybee has to offer. CATCH A SHOW AT TYBEE POST THEATER: Located in the heart of Fort Screven, the Tybee Post Theater is not only the sole entertainment venue on the island, but it is also an iconic structure with a rich history of its own. Constructed in 1930 as a movie house for soldiers and their families, the theater endured many challenges to get to where it is today. After going dark for 30 years, transferring between several different owners and suffering through a devastating fire, the theater now stands beautifully renovated. In 2015, the revitalized theater reopened and now provides live music, theater performances, movie screenings and more to locals and visitors alike. Filled with rich history, good company and even better entertainment, you are sure to fall in love with this precious Tybee landmark. KIM WEBSTER Sales Manager 912.644.6470

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