Troop 26 visited Savannah over MLK wknd in Jan.'13. (see my other reviews on Old Fort Jackson, Tybee Island Lighthouse, Savannah Ghost Walk and Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum). They shoot cannons most every day so make sure you're there before noon! Our boys had a great time exploring the fort and taking pictures. The fort is well-preserved and very interesting and the museum is also very nice with a short movie to watch while you wait for your tour. You'll need at least two hours if you take a guided tour. We also hiked through the woods to see the lonely little Cockspur Lighthouse. We're scouts, of course we're going to hike! We spent several hours there--more than we budgeted for, so take your time and enjoy it all. You pay at the gate when you go in.
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