This is Tybee's best kept secret. It was the first fort to fall during the Civil War (not Ft. Sumter). Got in free because of Veteran's Day. You can park by the small bridge and hike one of the grass trails to the fort, or you can park closer to the fort. Either way, you are in for a treat. Look at the walls where holes still exist from the canonballs. Go inside for a lesson in history that will amaze you. Be sure to get the story behind the architecture. They don't build them like that anymore.
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