The restored fort is intrinsically interesting but made fascinating by really good gudes and demonstrations
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15.00 per person, meet at 8:30pm on a Sunday evening. Caped tour guide complete with Lantern will lead you through the Fort filling you in on the history and the ghosts that have been seen there. Heather was our guide and it was a dark,...More
Our visit included a demonstration of the artillery by the soldiers, a tour of the several buildings that are well preserved inside Fort George. The guides were very knowledgeable of the relics inside each of the buildings which incuded a prison, officers quarters, mess hall,...More
Park / Fort is open from 10 to 5 - allow plenty of time to explore. Most buildings are staffed with wonderful people to answer your questions and provide info for their area. Take a leisurely stroll and take in the property and the history...More
Super interesting, and the young staff are experts on life at the Fort and the war. The timeline of the war at the entrance is sad and informative.
we went at New Years a few years back for a New Years day levee. Was wine tasting, and weapons demonstration by historically dressed soldiers and period costume people serving historic food dishes. The mayor was there! it was a lot of fun.
Toured Fort George in May. Enjoyed touring the buildings and going through exhibits. many and witnessed. Make sure you see the firing of the musket. Many interesting facts about weapons if the time during the show.
We had a morning to kill before heading back to Toronto and having visited a couple of wineries already, decided to see what Fort George had to offer. We had such a laugh dressing up in costume, watching the musket demonstration and talking with the...More