Interesting historic site, some good photo opportunities. Not very much to do here and should probably be visited as part of a tour. There is also a very good restaurant on site.
Gorgeous setting. Rich in history. One disappointment was everything in the old fort was in Dutch only. English would be a nice addition to the exhibit so we could actually learn the history.
I loved the very well kept old fort and the restaurant there was excellent too. It is very near to the cities Presidential Palace and has many old Mahogany trees around its location. It is also close to the River where you can stroll along the Promenade there which tends to be very busy with people.
Lovely period houses, and the fort itself houses one of my favourite restaurants, Baka Foto! This small, secluded area of Paramaribo offers a wonderful evocation of life as one of the wealthy in Dutch Guyana.
I had lived in Paramaribo for about six months when our first visitors from home came. Unsure of what to do I sought Tripadvisors advice and discovered Marina da Costa. Marina provides tours throughout Suriname in both Dutch and English, she allowed me to develop a custom tour of Paramaribo's sites for my mother, one and a half year old... More
very historical place - for many reasons. wish they had tours and information in English - that way everyone can learn about the history. climb up the stairs next to baka foto - you can see the beautiful view of the river, especially at night. go to the little museum - they have books and all. entrance fee is 15srd... More
If you own or manage Fort Zeelandia, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing