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I have visited Ft. George many times since I was a young boy over 40 years ago. Each time, I have come away impressed with the place. This time, I went with my family (wife and two young daughters). Most of the staff on site...More
Having visited Fort Ticonderoga earlier this week and having visited many other forts in the United States we decided to check out Fort George. It was a great experience. We were there on a Saturday and the schedule was full offering drum and fife exhibition...More
We took the family and grandchildren to Fort George on a beautiful summer day. Staff were dressed in period costumes and were friendly to the children. There is plenty to see and lots of open space too for the kids to run and explore. Depending...More
If you are by yourself or with a large group - this historic site will entertain you none the less. There are great guides and lots of different things to touch and see. I came here on a school trip with a few different classes...More
What a great park to understand British Colonialism and the strategic point the Niagara River played. The park does an excellent job showing the period with reanactors and it’s a great place just to soak in the beautiful area that Niagara on the lake is
We spent a lovely afternoon touring the exhibit and were amazed at how well done it was. This was definitely time we’ll spent, especially if looking for something to do before the wine tours of the day.
Great colonial fort reproduction. Plenty of reenactors to give you an idea of what life was like for the British soldier 220 years ago. We saw the musket and cannon demonstrations which were excellent. Very highly recommended.
This is a great place to spend a couple of hours. We visited on a lovely sunny day and it was a pleasure to walk around and learn the history of the British, US and Canadian relationship all those years ago. We loved the way...More
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My answer may be too late, but this year (2017) is Canada's 150th birthday so many of their parks are free entrance. We didn't pay an entrance fee, just $6 Canadian to park. It's not that far to drive from Niagara Falls... More
My answer may be too late, but this year (2017) is Canada's 150th birthday so many of their parks are free entrance. We didn't pay an entrance fee, just $6 Canadian to park. It's not that far to drive from Niagara Falls. I think you could enjoy it a bit. I'm just not sure how late the people at the site are there doing re-enactments.