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This fort needs much better displays. Almost all display content is strictly in Portuguese, and much discusses people from the last 150 years, not the early history of the fort. Can be visited with a combined ticket for the Igreja de Santo Antonio and the...More
My husband and I had visited the Fort several years ago so thought it would be fun to take the kids and our niece to visit. Kids are free, so with combined entry to the Slave Market Museum it cost about 8 euro for 6...More
The location of the fort makes it worth a visit as you are in the beautiful city of Lagos . The fort itself is a reminder of the past and alongside it you can see part of the remains of the city walls . Beaches...More
Arrived at 10 am and waited. No one showed so we went to the slave museum and then went back at 10:20. Despite the door being open the man in the straw hat was busy unlocking the doors and took his time without prologue. Anyway...More
2 euro entrance but not worth it. Well they do need up keeping so let's say you contribute to that.
-There is a small exhibition with very little English and actually not really clear what that's about.
- 3 scale models of ships, I like...More