Located less than a block from the beach, the Lowcountry Celebration Park is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The 22-acre site, which previously served and is designed to continue to function as the Town's hurricane rubbish staging grounds, is the largest project ever undertaken by the town. The site will see multiple enhancements, culminating at the performance pavilion, which will be the centerpiece of the park. The pavilion is designed as a multi-use structure that can accommodate community events, gatherings, and multiple types of performances, including planned performances by the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra. The park features the Sandbox Children's Museum, which will give a new home to the museum that began on Hilton Head Island. The children’s museum and playground together serve as an educational indoor/outdoor interpretive museum highlighting the flora and fauna of the South Carolina Lowcountry. Additional improvements include streetscaping, and pedestrian improvements, a destination playground, and multiple new structures. The new structures, totaling 8,000 square feet, will include the performance pavilion, two restroom structures, a pond pavilion, and the children’s museum. The children’s museum is seeking LEED Gold certification.