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Fort Frederick, St. George's
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Reward yourself with spectacular panoramic views from a landmark steeped in history at Fort Frederick, a pleasant addition to any St George itinerary. Built in 1779 by French invaders, who won the island by catching the British unprepared with an inland (instead of naval) attack. The fortification became known as “the backward facing fort,” due to its cannon’s position facing toward the island in an attempt to prevent future copycat attacks. As you wander around this crumbling military relic, you will be greeted at every turn with striking views of the coastline and the glittering horizon of the Caribbean Sea. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Fort Frederick and many more St. George's attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's St. George's trip generator.
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Went to visit this fort and were surprised to see there was no fee on the gate (low season) but pleased to be able to enter the fort never the less to read about it's history, see the fort and view ov... read more »
The fort is much like others in the Caribbean, but provides a nice view of the island, city and beach
If you want the best views (my opinion) of Grenada go up to Fort Frederick. Amazing views from up there. Be sure to talk to people to get the history of the fort and the "hospital" near by and the gre... read more »
Beautiful view into St. George's and very peaceful
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