We learned a lot of history of life in & around Fort George prior to the War of 1812. We had a very knowledgeable guide who explained why soldiers came from England & what it was like to be a soldier at that time period.
Fort George is a wonderful location to walk around and enjoy a piece of Canada's history. Guided tours available, demonstrations and interesting artifacts. A must see for any history buff! A great outing for children studying the war of 1812.
This re-created fort offers an excellent view of life during the battle of 1812. Staff are dressed in period clothing and are well versed in the history of the site. Musket demonstration was very enlightening. Also to see the differences in enlisted housing vs. officer housing was interesting. The original powder house structure and the tunnel to lookout points were... 更多
Want to meet some ghosts take this one, my wife met one. You get a great tour of the Fort after dark, you'll find out where ghosts have been seen, you'll find out who the possible ghosts were when they were alive. If you don't like ghosts take the day tour and find out what garrison life was like during... 更多
The history is very interesting and the staff are very welcoming and informed. Some staff a dressed in period clothing which makes for a great atmosphere. A fabulous place to learn more about the conflicts between the US and the British Commonwealth and also the First Nation's people of the area.
To understand the tactic and technic (or lake of technic) of defending a place like this. Also the history was well told by the guides and was giving a good perspective of the site then.
I was quite impressed with this Fort. Any destroyed parts of the Fort had been repaired. In every place there were people dressed like in the 1812s. We visited prisons, found how the military were punished and even saw the crowded rooms where they slept. Wives could sleep with their husband amidst all the soldiers. However, the officer’s quarters were... 更多