There are a number of rooms, battery placements, the parade grounds, a small museum and helpful staff and volunteers available to answer questions and guide you to many of the interesting areas offered by the fort. Our visit took around 2 hours, but I’m such a history buff and could have stayed twice as long. We’ll worth the moderate $7 for this invaluable walk through late 1800’s history.
For more information about Fort Pulaski National Monument, visit the website at www.nps.gov/fopu/index.htm.
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