We spent the afternoon at this Fort. Main attraction started at 2pm and before we realised at was nearly 5pm. The staff were all dressed as colonial soldiers and were really enthusiastic. We were given a talk and demonstrations re the rifle, and were actually allowed to fire a musket. There was a horse riding demonstration and soldiers drilling Then we witnessed a large 18lb mortar being fired. The the main part was being told all about the 100 ton gun. This was followed by a short film. We then visited a small souvinier shop to buy some items. This was well worth the entrance fee of 10 euros each. They could really increase the price as they are selling themselves short. Brilliant day out..
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