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We took the walk from the town to the fort and it was lovely. The fort itself is very interesting and the brochure was informative. There are some great photo ops from the site. I recommend it, especially if you are up for the walk.
A bit off the beaten track, but easy to park. The fort covers a very big area of buildings and has a couple of indoor displays to do with the history of the fort and some of the people that used to live there. It...More
There were some brilliant views from parts of the fort and despite the rain, all parts were accessible. Unfortunately some of it was under construction but that didn’t hinder the experience or the views.
The man in the admissions office was very helpful, he showed...More
We traveled to Kinsale for a day trip and made a stop at Charles Fort. There is an entrance fee of $5 so we decided to view from outside the gates. The surrounding views of the water and downtown Kinsale's marina were beautiful. Would be...More
I have been to a lot of forts in the US and other parts of the world and I was actually very pleased with this place. It is very well preserved and seems they are doing plenty of restorative work to it but without obstructing...More
Charles Fort in Kinsale near Cork, Ireland, is really worth a visit. The history of Kinsale is fascinating and this fort played a large part. Get a tour around the grounds, wander the ruins, and take a picnic to enjoy the view afterwards.
This large star shaped fort is overlooking the bay is a must . I chose to walk from town and it will take 20 to 30 minutes .I stopped at a very cute bar restaurant on top of the hill called the Spaniard coming and...More