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All reviews guided tour fish fry interesting piece of history great view of the harbor entrance fee highest point on the island historical landmark small fee quick tour gift shop history lesson take pictures cruise ship paradise island straw market cannon soldiers
We saw this Fort during our airport transfer from the airport to Paradise island and decided to walk one day from our resort to the Fort. Entrance is $5 - cash only. There is a tour guide but we didn’t stick around for her. There...More
It was interesting to walk around, especially the tunnels although there wasn't a ton of information available. Was disappointed that there was no access to walk where it looks like there was cells or something. Cannons were impressive!
We went to Fort Charlotte as part of a majestic city tour. We were met by Veronica as our tour guide. What a beautiful view and a history lesson about one of our favorite vacation spots. A lot of walking on uneven surfaces, so watch...More
This really needs a colorful guided tour. The litterateur around the fort is good and the views may be the best on the island. BUT that being said it really leaves something out just walking and reading the censored blurbs. Definitely worth the $5 to...More
Set high on the hill it has a great view of the harbor. It is historic and there are a number of old cannons. Don't miss one of two entrances to the lower chambers where it is cool, has a deep water well, and many...More
Stopped here with a small tour bus group. The concrete-walled fort sits atop a hill that overlooks the cruise harbor. The access road is narrow, steep, and crowded with tourists and vendors. Drivers need to be observant because the tourists aren't. There is a small...More
We went on a dune buggy excursion and this was our first stop. We enjoyed hearing the history of this fort and the island. It’s located near lots of local eateries if you’re interested in true island food.