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Located in downtown Charlotte Amalie, this fort has had extensive renovation and the majority is open for those willing to walk down multiple hallways and up/down stairs. It is a self-guided tour with multiple tablets placed on the lower level to explain the history of...More
Unfortunately we got there too late to do justice with the little time we had left before they closed for the day (4 PM) However, we stopped for a photo-op and noted the fort seemed to either have sustained little damage or had already been...More
It's the offseason, so we had the fort largely to ourselves. We started downstairs in the museum, which is currently hosting an exhibit of art produced by schoolchildren that focuses on the history of the slave trade in the region. While looking around we were...More
This historical site has the potential to be a "5." However it needs a lot of TLC. We enjoyed the Slavery Exhibit. However, some of the exhibits were very amateurish. Not recommended for young children or individuals with mobility issues.
Once we got in we walked around a bit unsure what we were looking at.Then they had a guided tour with the man named levi.I have been to El Morro and Cristobal in san juan and the one in St.Augustine.But levi made this an even...More
I knew nothing about the fort, but the tour guide shared great facts about Danish occupation of the fort and history of its construction all the way to current day. Supporting these landmarks is a fabulous to preserve history. Check it out.
Fort Christian has had a longer renovation and nowadays the fort really shines. We had one of the free guided tours, which I would recommend to anyone, As the guide really made the history of the fort both As the original fortification and As the...More