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Fort George

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Fort George

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Paul B wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom289 contributions95 helpful votes
Considering the local history of this site it could do with some more information boards around explaining all the recent historical events that happened in the site. Overall it is not a site in the best of conditions but is surprisingly empty considering how close to the port it is.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Wandering BC Girl wrote a review Mar 2020
Armstrong, Canada1,346 contributions96 helpful votes
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We visited the fort to learn about the part it played in the long history of Grenada including the recent events involving Maurice Bishop. We also wanted to see the great views of the Carenage and beyond. We were fortunate to do both for a small entrance fee. The niece of Gemma Belmar was our tour guide and provided a great overview for us. We also had the opportunity to speak to a gentleman who was there during the Revolution. Interesting times. Even if you aren’t interested in the history- recent or otherwise, the view is spectacular and worth the climb.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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David S wrote a review Mar 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom1,205 contributions370 helpful votes
My wife and I had a short stop off in St George’s whilst on a TUI cruiser and enjoyed the visit. Didn't take long to get round the Fort, not that much to see in truth. 2 USDs to enter if not part of bigger tour. The lady guide at the fort was charming, very informative and helpful. Really the fort itself is very run down with a view cannons on display. The views from the top were stunning.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Traci H wrote a review Mar 2020
Manitowoc, United States95 contributions8 helpful votes
Interesting to be in the fort and what a view of water and surroundings! Easy to get to if in St George. Minimal entrance fee.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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sarah wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom72 contributions10 helpful votes
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We arrived on a Saturday morning. It was a day where the cruise ships weren’t arriving so it was very quiet and we didn’t have to pay an entrance fee. As the main entrance was closed, we explored a couple of trails on the perimeter of the fort on our way to the side entrance. Sadly these viewpoints were a little disappointing - nearly all of the benches were broken and there was a lot of litter. Inside the fort, we were accompanied by Percival who sort of ‘adopted us’ and showed us around. He was perfectly friendly, told us about the history of the fort and Maurice Bishop, and took photos for us... but his knowledge felt a little limited. It got awkward when we gave him a tip, as he expected a lot more. Nevertheless he was very gracious and continued to point us in the direction of the Saturday markets. Overall the fort is interesting, and you can see some great views of the harbour from inside. But I think this historic site needs some TLC. I’d rather pay a larger fee to get more out of it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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