This is so hipped on TripAdvisor and just a old fort with a church and government offices .Not much to see but I did not go in church.overall it was not worth a visit
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Not.much to see at fort Amsterdam. Nowadays it's an government building which means you cannot go inside. The outer wall is nice and the courtyard too. At some moments the chapel is open to visitors. The fort is situated right at the pontjes brug.
While visiting Willemstad we walked arround a lot and slept in two different hotels, before and after our cruise. We did visit the fort, but only from the outside this time.
This was our second stop on our Royal Caribbean Cruise which was breath taking. Crashing waves on the rocks, perfect Dutch architecture and people who love their country, will talk to you and make you feel at home. We went all over the area, shopped,...More
Not on the "must see list" but fascinating to see Dutch architecture on a Caribbean Island and plenty to see at this, the seat of the local government. Not many buildings are accessible, mainly because they are in use as public buildings/offices. If you are...More
We drove to Ft. Amterdam with our tour guide to take in the views. They are impressive.....you can see the pretty side and the industrial side of Willemstad.
I need help/imformation got into Goveners office oll doors open on Saturday no one tospeak to even local police showed ho concern or help
Such old building seem perfectly preserved. Very pretty, quiet spot to cool down and find some shade. Can't help but wonder what pirates might have been captured at this fort, but not much information to read. Currently houses government offices.
I walked into the fort as part of my walking tour of Punda. It looked interesting from the outside and the buildings were worth a photo. But there was nothing interesting or exciting. My viewpoint may have been different if I had a guide who...More
This is a genuinely interesting interlinked set of building making up Fort Amsterdam all of which seem to be in immaculate condition given their age ie build started circa early 17th century. Real piece of history and free to enter. My particular favourite was the...More