The Fort itself looks great and has clearly been refurbished. The museum inside highlights a substantial period of history from Dutch arrival until the 19th century. That said, some of the more recent and unsavory history of the fort in the past thirty years is ignored. The historical apothecary downstairs was fascinating - well worth a visit. Your ticket gains you access to a two story colonial house across from the fort, which has some more modern miscellany that I recommend you check out.
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