Went with my two kids ages 6 and 2. It was perfect for the toddler to run and get his energy out. My six year old was so taken with the fort that he drew a picture of it and brought it to show and...More
About Fort Pulaski National Monument
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The park ranger, Laura, gave us an excellent photographic history lesson about the fort and how it fell during a short battle during the civil war. Most of the pictures were taken by union photographers after the confederate soldiers surrendered. We also saw a liver...More
Took my wife&step son there this place is so full of the great war that must have been a hard one things r still so cool there a lot of History the staff there really was very good and concerning a great place for anyage...More
This was our second visit. Reasonable entrance fee that was good for 1 week. We enjoyed seeing the video about the history of the Fort. It was very informative & I would recommend that you do it first so you understand what you are seeing....More
I'm not sure where else you'll see walls *THAT* thick with seashells embedded along with cannon balls. The Atlantic, the savannahs and estuaries are all visible and genuinely pretty. I learned a lot about what they had to do to be able to build in...More
Our 13 year old son loved this monument. We were able to walk around the monument and even go inside certain areas. View from the top level of the monument was great. Also, your pass is good for 7 days. We would visit again.
This was a great experience shared with granddaughters and family. The fort is well preserved and rather different than other forts I had seen. The cost is $7 per adult.
We came during a chilly windy day. The rangers were great and we watched a short film at the visitor's center to help with orientation. We were supposed to go on the tour, but we didn't want to wait for it to start, so we...More
We stopped here without a lot of time to spend, but still enjoyed looking around. There is a moat with drawbridge, lots of canon, and you can walk through the underground powder magazines. We didn't spend time in the visitors center because it was about...More
An 12 mile drive from downtown Savannah that brings you through some great coastal marsh country. First make sure you watch the 20 minute overview video at the visitors center. It will make the rest of your visit much more informed and enjoyable. An amazing...More