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History notes this fort was controlled by the French until 1793 when the British gained controlled of it and renamed it after King George. The grounds and view are great. The lighthouse is now a souvenir store as well as a place to spend the...More
Visited here but unfortunately it was a holiday so we couldn't go inside the building to view the history. Otherwise, we still went on the compound which had a few other visitors. The view is lovely.
The telescope type equipment to view far places was...More
We arrived mid morning and went to the museum only to be told that they were about to close because the air conditioning had failed. there is not much else there except the wonderful views.
It could use a small cafe, there are enough unused...More
Fort King George and museum is a great way to spend an hour or so when in Tobago.
If you like history the museum attached is a real find - although small in size it is packed full of interesting information - lots on the...More
important history of Trinidad and Tobago starting back in the late 1700's, built by the British to protect the country during their war. It was the perfect place to put cannons high on the mountains overlooking the shores. I was there sitting on a cannon...More