This was our second visit to the fort, this time taking our nephews aged 11 and 14. Do take their free handsets to explore the fort which dates from the Napoleonic times with use up until the 1950s, it helps with the detail and putting it all together. Amazing history of the fort, you are free to explore the inner and outer walls and definitely listen to the handset for the ammunitions store. Do take a picnic which you can eat in the grounds. Parking is free beside the fort. A great day out, suitable for all ahead, allow 2-3 hours to do justice to a remarkable part of our heritage.
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