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Once an Army fort, going way back, it is now part army reserve and Coast Guard, the reminder belongs to the national park service. A nice place to walk, which has great views. No services there so be prepared, but worth the visit and the...More
i grew up just outside the gate of ft. wadsworth,,back then it actually was a us army fort..there is so much history and the views are fantastic. the top sea wall as we called it is right under the verrazano-narrows bridge and the view out...More
Once an active military base, now open to the public. Located partially under the Verrazano Bridge, you get an excellent view of New York Harbor, Verrazano Bridge, New York and Brooklyn skylines, and the Statue of Liberty in the distance. Can also take in how...More
My family and I stopped at Fort Wadsworth on our way to a Yankees Game. The view is beautiful and we happen to be there when a tour was going on. The park service was outstanding and very knowledgeable about the park. They conducted a...More
Place offers fantastic views of Brooklyn, the harbor, the bridge, the original fort, the Hudson and liberty. Really nice spot. Great free tour and just some wonderful hidden history. A must stop if in the area. Unique photos of the Verrazano alone is worth coming...More
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I’m not sure about where you would have a reception. There is a church where you could have a wedding, or you can do like my son did and just get married at the overlook with NYC and the Verrazano bridge in the background.
From the Staten Island Ferry, in St. George, take the S51 to Fort Wadsworth. Only takes 10-15 minutes by bus. Return via same bus. Fort Wadsworth also connects to South Beach/FDR boardwalk through foot path or via same bus... More
From the Staten Island Ferry, in St. George, take the S51 to Fort Wadsworth. Only takes 10-15 minutes by bus. Return via same bus. Fort Wadsworth also connects to South Beach/FDR boardwalk through foot path or via same bus line. Bus and ferry run 24/7 so no problems getting back.