Hamilton Fort, Port Elizabeth

#8 of 11 in Historic Sites in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
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. Make Hamilton Fort a centerpiece of your Bequia vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Bequia trip planning tool .
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  • It's a bit of a trek, and a lovely view over the other side of the harbour, a few hawkers selling t-shirts and that's it.  more »
  • While there may have been a fort at the site of Fort Hamilton in the distant past, there is no fort or ANY ruins of a fort there now. There are a few old cannon which have been mounted onto a recently...  more »
  • For the connoisseurs know that I speak, for which we are not so much... this corner of the island is sincerely Supreme! Part of the history is preserved and that makes it unique! The walk to the place also is fun! And the view of the dream island! Do not miss it!
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