Very interesting place with lot's of history: slavery and colonial/plantation period. Impressive. You can also visit an old planters house. Nice location. We rented a bike in Paramaribo and crossed the river at Leonsberg Jetty with a watertaxi. You can take your bike with you on the boat. The boats go on irregular times. It's a nice trip.
This place feels like more of a park as opposed to a fort. It costs 12.50srd to entry which allows you entry to some museums most of the information is in Dutch only some areas have English as well. The museums are small and there is not too much left of the fort, however there are some buildings left. The... 更多
It's not a fort in the sense of walls and parapets...more of a military installation surrounded by a soil berm. There are 2 powder magazines and an old jail to see. The other structures are gone. There are some useful exhibits on plantation and slave history. Be Sure to visit the new Telecommunications Museum by the fort entrance. The exhibits... 更多
This fort, which is still not fully preserved, contains a number of interesting old buildings and fortifications. There is a walking trail around. Of particular interest is the gunpowder magazine, which looks like a church and is carefully designed not to allow sparks to enter if it came under fire. There is also an old lightship which used to mark... 更多
This piece of Surinamese history is being neglected. Signs need to be redone as many are so faded that they are barely legible. The government should take the lead in preserving its historical timepieces. It is not that easy to access. We took a boat across the river while the driver waited for us.
We came here with a boattrip and it was nice to see how well maintained everything was. There is also... 更多
This historic building and its surroudings are beautifull and well mantained. We went there by bus and taxi, we took... 更多