We went to Fort Charlotte on a day we were in port on a cruise. This is an easy walk from the port (took about 20 minutes with several kids in tow). Guides were friendly and informative (you're not required to take a guided tour, and we didn't, but didn't feel pressured to do so in any way). The entry... 更多
Family and I visited here. Admission was good, about a dollar/person. Guided tour was good and tour guide was very informative. Self guided the rest of the fort. The most interesting thing to be was the historical "graffiti" engraved into the inner walls by soldiers stationed there many years ago. Great family adventure and place to visit while in Nassau.
A small fort with cheap entry ($1.08) and a good way to kill an hour. There are some mock up and exhibits inside the tunnels which help understand the actual conditions and history behind it. Worth a visit if you're closeby with an hour or so to kill
Though its not a big fort but still it tells a lot about the history of this place. If you are a history enthusiast, you must visit this place.
We walked here and did a whole loop before we found it. The best was is from W. Bay St. go up M. Bethel Way. You'll see the fort at the top of the hill on the right. If you are walking you should be on the side of W. Bay St that is NOT adjacent to the water. Not... 更多
although this fort is right off the main beach road on the north side of New Providence Island, there are no signs to help you out. Know your map. The views of the harbor and cricket field are excellent, and the museum-style layout is better than you'd "expect for the Bahamas." The underground works of the fort - which are... 更多
Fort Charlotte is actually made up of three different forts combined. It is well preserved and you get many views of the island by walking around the grounds. There are some stairs and uneven ground you will encounter as you make your way through the fort. If you are interested in the history of the area this is a must... 更多
This is the only Caribbean fort I've visited so I have no frame of reference. Great view of the island and the harbor. Admission for less than $5 with an option for guided tour (contribution). Fort is in its natural state, decay and all, which actually makes it attractive. Plenty of plaques to understand the history behind it. Can't imagine... 更多