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Hamilton Fort, Port Elizabeth

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Historic Site Tourist Spot
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 Bequia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bequia vacation generator.
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  • You can walk or as many do, get a taxi to the top of the hill and Hamilton Fort. You get a great view and there are a few canons there, as per the pictures, but that is it.  more »
  • Maybe it's my previous experiences with other forts, but I wasn't too impressed with this. It's basically a small circle with a few cannons and a Hut. That being said, the view from the fort is specta...  more »
  • Very small fort, it's really a turret with 2 English and three French cannons. Very limited info and drive up needs an expert to navigate road which is two strips of poorly maintained concrete. We cal...  more »