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We visited the fort since we (my boyfriend and I) have a habit of visiting forts on vacations. We both love history and this trip did not disappoint. Although on the smaller side in terms of a fort as a park attraction, there were tours...More
We toured this fort in July when it was very HOT so make sure to have plenty of water if visiting in the summer. We watched the cannon firing display along the riverfront which was the best part of it so be sure to check...More
We visited the fort with a large family group. Wonderful historical presentation. My gransdon helped with the flag signals. The cannon firing was worth the trip and admission.
Very hot day, bring lots if water.
Had a awesome time touring the Old Fort Jackson and Bonaventure Cemetery Tour! Grayling Tour Guide David was very informative, enlightening, and positive spirit throughout the tour! Savannah,Georgia has a very instrumental impact on American History and controversial history at the same time. Would do...More
The fort was not to big. The staff was nice. They had two shows one was about the history and how they used the equipment like guns and cannons and the other about how they had to march and lived. The fort took probably about...More
We took our GS troop here and had a great time. They made us all march to the drums and then they explained what happened there during the Civil War. They also incorporated some GS history into it too! Our guide then took us to...More
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It’s fairly close to the historic section of Savannah. It’s probably a 10-15 minute drive, mostly along the same road. Signage could be a bit better so keep your eyes out. Once you turn left off the main road, the fort is... More
It’s fairly close to the historic section of Savannah. It’s probably a 10-15 minute drive, mostly along the same road. Signage could be a bit better so keep your eyes out. Once you turn left off the main road, the fort is about a 2 minute drive. The fort sits right on the river. Fort Pulaski is about another 10-15 minute drive on the same main road if you turn left as you exit Fort Jackson.