Fort Pulaski National Monument

US Highway 80 East, Savannah, GA 31410

Located in Tybee Island: Savannah's Beach

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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WeekendTraveler30097 | Jan 20, 2020
“MLK day visit”

Today was our first visit to the fort. Complimentary entrance fee was a bonus. Excellent tour hosted by a volunteer. Can’t wait to visit again on a warmer day to walk the trails.

Swwil | Jan 17, 2020
“Worthwhile visit to national monument”

Although it was cold and windy, we visited Ft. Pulaski. There was a very good video and small museum in the visitors center. It’s helpful to view the video before touring the fort to understand its...

MplsTravelGirl | Jan 5, 2020

Fort Pulaski was a great history stop. The grounds are well kept. Some good hiking trails. Kid friendly but recommend keeping an eye on them. Our kids 10 and 12 loved it.

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Pam W. | Nov 21, 2019

Check! Another National Park or Monument checked off on my list. I literally had no idea when I arrived into Savannah anything about Fort Pulaski National...

Dusty F. | Nov 29, 2019

The best historic fort I have visited. From the helpful staff to the signs giving plenty of information to the overall condition of the structure... it is...

Glenn G. | Apr 26, 2019

Be honest.... How many times have you walked by a Civil War era Canon and felt the temptation to straddle it ? Don't be bashful; we've all wanted to and...