Good information on what happend at this Fort. Ranger tour and musket demonstration very informative.
So lots going on - and of course it was free ! The Americans really seem to honour their veterans. Re-enactors firing muskets and cannon, lots of volunteers enthusiastically explaining the history of this very complete fort. Being a very sunny day probably helped. Highly recommended
We came down here on our way from Savannah to St. Simons and enjoyed our detour. The fort is beautiful, really exquisitely preserved and you can nearly imagine its straight lines drawn on paper. The staff members were friendly and there was a musket demonstration inside the fort. It was neat to go up to the upper level and see... More
Would love to tour Fort Pulaski, but the monument was closed during our visit due to the government shutdown. We did get to see the fort from a distance and it did look impressive. We were told during a tour with the state operated Fort Jackson that Fort Pulaski fell during the Civil War and it was Fort Jackson which... More
This fort was a small player in the war between the states but yielded change to how forts were built in the future. Great demonstrations of the time and war equipment. Great for kids as well as the young at heart.
The tour of the fort was fun for my entire family. The fort is still in its original state and the tour guides were very informative. This is a must stop for history buffs. Affordable and educational!
I really enjoyed my recent visit to the nicely restored fort. a large quiet park, with lots of walking areas, and paths to the river. watch the 20 minute film at the visitors center, and then just wander around the site. there is also the pilot boat dock and a coastguard station on the back side. your golden age passport... More
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