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Fort Pulaski National Monument

US Highway 80 East, Savannah, GA 31410

Located in Tybee Island: Savannah's Beach

Fort Pulaski
Historic Attractions / Museums / Film Wrap Parties
Info & Amenities

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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charlieg71 | Apr 8, 2021
“Amazing! Do not miss!”

This was THE most amazing stop on our trip to the Savannah area for a family with teens (and you know how that can be). The fort has lots of signage to explain everything and the park rangers are all...

MEM9622 | Mar 31, 2021
“Great biking”

Lots of areas to bike on grass, on cement, and on crushed lime stone. We probably did about an hour and a half nonstop between the lighthouse and the fort and the long ride out on the main road as...

Ellen T | Mar 31, 2021
“Interesting historical fort ”

Nicely set up for self tour. We enjoyed an afternoon there. Lots of great info but also enough to look at to keep teens interested for a bit

Yelp® Reviews
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Sonya E. | Feb 10, 2021

This was an unplanned trip for me. I just happened to be in the area and didn't want to pass up an opportunity to learn. I'll be the first to admit that I...

Matt B. | Apr 11, 2021

A must visit/see historical landmark in Georgia. Background: This fort was named after American Revolutionary War hero Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski,...

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...