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Historical reminder

Fun with family. Great reminder that learning about our history is also time well spent with... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2017
DM B
the sunken city

Port royal the home of henry morgan the pirate of old. a very historic city, lots to see food for... read more

Reviewed 1 November 2016
OASISONTHEOXFORD
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Kingston, Jamaica
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7 Mar 2017
“Historical reminder”
1 Nov 2016
“the sunken city”
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Port Royal, Kingston, Jamaica
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Fun with family. Great reminder that learning about our history is also time well spent with family. We had a great day while experiencing this historical reminder! Make time for it! Well worth it. Locals get local rates.

Thank DM B
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Port royal the home of henry morgan the pirate of old. a very historic city, lots to see food for every palate

Thank OASISONTHEOXFORD
Reviewed 30 March 2016

There is not a lot to see now but the site was once a strong British fort and under the command of Nelson at one time. After earthquakes and storms the terrain has been altered a lot - but if history interests you this is...More

Thank Richard H
Reviewed 15 February 2016

This fort is one of three ruins in the Port Royal area, and as such have historical interest for history buffs, and anyone with a passing interest in British and Caribbean seafaring history.

Thank AggiePirate
Reviewed 9 January 2016

Fort Rupert, Fort Walker and Fort Morgan have been long demolished, reviewers should know that these forts do not exist anymore, except for small remains or a plate signaling where they once stood. Most visitors and reviewers are actually referring to Fort Charles, the only...More

2  Thank Gumucio
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