Fort Bennett, Black Rock
Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
Take a peaceful stroll away from the sun's rays at Fort Bennett, a Dutch built fort from the 1600s. Overlooking Grafton Beach, the fort was constructed to protect the island from foreign attacks. It features paved footpaths, lush green vegetation, and park benches where visitors can rest. Close to the entrance, two cannons are safely located in the recess. They demonstrate how the British battery once looked. Bring some lunch and a blanket to enjoy a picnic in the shade under the surrounding trees. To visit Fort Bennett and get the most from your holiday in Black Rock, create itinerary details personal to you using our Black Rock travel itinerary planner.
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Was a cool nice chill spot that was also a Pokéstop (for those who play Pokémon Go) Was walking distance from the Guest House we stayed at (Birdies Nest) and was a lovely place to watch the sunset on ... read more »
my family and I went to fort bennet for a picnic I was amazed when we reached there the view was so amazing a must see when in tobago
If you are staying in Black Rock you can walk to Fort Bennett. This piece of Tobagonian history dates back to the seventeenth century is a great stop, relax and to get some good photographs.
Beautiful location for fort with lovely view of fort James to the right and Stone Haven bay and the Resorts to the left . Beware thought the waters at black rock is extreamly rough and not for non swimmers.
Beautiful view with history on the north coast of Tobago. A must visit if you are in the area.
Nice historic site to visit on Tobago island.
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