Nice fort with a number of exhibits, soldiers in period costume teaching about the ways of life there, walking tours, and musket and cannon demonstrations. The adjacent King's Garden gives added value to this stop. There is a gift shop with assorted offerings. The cafeteria adjacent should be passed up for better elsewhere. The bean soup wasn't very appetizing and the tuna fish sandwich had about as much tuna fish on it as you'd put butter on a slice of bread. Plus, the order was very screwed up. I asked for tuna on wheat toast and a glass of plain ice water, and got tuna on white, untoasted , and no water until I reminded the waitress. The place was not crowded at the time.
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