Very informative. We attended the musket firing demo and it was pretty cool. The fort really makes you think when you see the way the soldiers lived, and all the cannon ball and morter holes in the outside walls of the fort.
The fort is preserved nicely and they let you wander all over the grounds by yourself or you can take a guided tour if you like.
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