Arrived early for an audio tour of the site. I was impressed with the layout of the fort and the ease of access around the exhibits with a dog in tow. Well behaved dogs and their owners are welcomed here. Dogs must remain on leads at all times and with the number of foxes on site I was glad he was on a lead. There are some interesting facts stated on the tour by David Starky and the tour guide lasted around 40 minutes. I was amazed at how large the site was. There are residents living at the fort on the leased premises which added to the amusement of the walk. As I walked around the back of the fort off the beaten track, I could see the curtains twitching which made me chuckle. I enjoyed my time here. There was ample free parking, trinkets for sale and a small tea room to sit down and read my newspaper. I enjoyed my half day adventure here.
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