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Hamilton Fort, Port Elizabeth
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Representing more of a gun-battery than a fort, Hamilton Fort treats visitors to views overlooking Admiralty Bay and Port Elizabeth below, atop a 90 m (300 ft) hill. A few cannons remain in position overlooking the harbor they once protected. The construction was built in the 1700s and named after James Hamilton, the founder of the constitution of the United States. Add Hamilton Fort to your Port Elizabeth travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Port Elizabeth vacation generator.
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We drove up to the ....fort? There was a low wall about 20 feet long with 5 canons. There was no information. The drive was treacherous to just see 5 canons. The view was very good of the harbor inlet... read more »
Not very interesting.I wouldn't bother if I were you.It's taxi ride away,it's hot and it's an old building with some cannons. not my idea of day out.
Hamilton Fort is one of the best spots on Bequia to view the entire harbour and the Belmont walkway including Belmont beach, Princess Margaret beach and Lower bay. Getting there may be a bit challangi... read more »
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