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Fort Pulaski National Monument

Fort Pulaski Rd, Tybee Island, GA 31410-0757
+1 912-786-8182
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Fort Pulaski National Monument has one of the best preserved nineteenth century masonry fortifications in the United States. It was also the site of a major artillery duel during the Civil War that saw the first major use of rifled artillery in battle. You can tour the fortress, see living historians bringing the past to life, or watch an artillery demonstration that really immerses visitors with the sights and sounds of conflict. The monument however, is more than just a fort. We have over 5000 acres of pristine saltwater marsh, one of the largest concentrations of marsh along the coast of Georgia. Combine that with miles of trails and you have a great way to get away from our cultural history and surround yourself with the natural beauty of Cockspur Island, the heart of the monument.
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Fort Pulaski Rd, Tybee Island, GA 31410-0757
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Reviewed April 4, 2016

After Old Fort Jackson, this offers a contrast in styles. So much history to digest in one day! Lots of walking to be done, but it's worth it!

Thank Chuck H
Reviewed April 3, 2016

Educational, interesting, and the staff was quite nice. I would return there for another walk through.

Thank sexandthecity1218
Reviewed April 3, 2016

This is a very pretty spot on the way to Tybee Island. The fort itself is important not so much as a garrison but for the 30 hour bombardment it underwent during the Civil War, the damage from which is still visible. Although not a...More

Thank LHC65
Reviewed April 2, 2016

My family toured the fort and it took about 2 hours in the afternoon. It was fun and we learned a lot of history about the civil war and the way the Union soldiers took over the fort from the Confederates. The Park Ranger was...More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed April 1, 2016

We drove straight to this site a great visitor area with movie to give you background, then walk to the fort for great views.

Thank Shirley M
Reviewed April 1, 2016

Enjoyed an afternoon here. Started with the 20 minute movie which provided excellent overview. Visitors center also included plenty to read. Short walk across the moat to the fort. Several rooms set up to view life at the fort. You can also walk on top....More

Thank MommaJage
Reviewed April 1, 2016

It took 25 million bricks, and 18 years of labor, to construct this seemingly impregnable fort. It was surrendered after less than two days of bombardment. Much valor was exhibited by both the Union and Confederate sides. Google the attraction to find out why, and...More

Thank edq88222
Reviewed April 1, 2016 via mobile

This was a fun excursion to go on with the kids. They enjoyed running around the fort, looking at cannons, and standing up top peering across the water at a different state. They were very entertained at the idea of looking into South Carolina. In...More

Thank Melissa D
Reviewed April 1, 2016

Recommended to us by a hotel concierge in Savannah. Easy to find and a very interesting place with great historical significance. Park rangers were very interesting and the lectures were worthwhile. Great place for kids to soak up some history. Do not just drive by...stop...More

Thank traveler476
Reviewed April 1, 2016

So glad we stopped here. Interesting monument. Lots of history I was not aware of. Well maintained. Good views.

Thank amberrlong
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tadams75
February 7, 2017|
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Response from rwasr1953 | Reviewed this property |
The main road goes right past Fort Pulaski on the way back from Tybee Island and what has historically been called Savannah Beach...to Savannah....and the restored lighthouse is right across from North Beach on Tybee...no... More
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jolyblonde
October 15, 2016|
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Response from Bob19512014 | Reviewed this property |
Sad Sad - probably going to be awhile.
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jolyblonde
October 8, 2016|
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Response from pattyfoto |
The fort is closed until further notice due to Hurricane Matthew damage.
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