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Fort Pulaski National Monument

US Highway 80 East, Savannah, GA 31410

Located in Tybee Island: Savannah's Beach

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Fort Pulaski, where in 1862 during the American Civil War, the Union Army successfully tested a rifled cannon, the success of which rendered brick fortifications obsolete.

TripAdvisor® Reviews
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kghudson | Dec 14, 2020
“Historical Place and Really Neat”

We were here on a beautiful day that was full of learning and adventure for us! We had purchased a senior yearly pass at another National Park so no fee to enter the park - a great deal if visiting...

CoolBrewster | Dec 9, 2020
“Must see if in area. Especially if a history buff.”

Visitor center closed due to fake virus, but everything else open. No face diapers required (or at least not challenged). You must talk to the rangers as they are extremely informative about the...

WeLoveDisneyland | Nov 28, 2020
“Enriching experience since the cannon balls holes are still intact”

While there is some construction around the Fort, it was a worthwhile stop. The mosquitoes are fierce so bring bug spray if it's warm. I didn't expect them in November, but there were loads of them...

Yelp® Reviews
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Chun P. | Aug 23, 2020

For History geeks and Civil War aficionados such as myself, Fort Pulanski is amazing. I don't want to go deep into the history of this Civil War Fort; you...

John B. | Nov 22, 2020

This island is devoted to a historic fort. Unlike the comparable Fort Sumter in Charleston, the history here is somewhat less interesting. Apparently there...

Ashley S. | Nov 21, 2020

We came here on a spur of the moment decision. They let us in for free because of military. That was awesome. Otherwise it's $10 per person. Funds go to...