If you take your time and really look at all the various exhibits/artifacts you can spend well over and hour visiting the facility. They've done a nice job of bringing history to life with the exhibits. It was interesting to learn that a good bit of the fort (once was) actually sits in the atlantic ocean now.
The living oaks near the fort make for some stupendous photo's as well.
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