My daughter, grandchildren (ages 2, 5, and 7), and I enjoyed his Monument. It has eye-opening history and the best Junior Ranger program I have experienced. Children are loaned a ruck sack full of items needed to solve a mystery, and enjoy items from the time period. It is very educational. They have clothes for children and adults to dress in that represent the clothing of the day (military and common), The movie is excellent and not gory, even tho' it explains the battle that took place between the British and the Spaniards. While there is very little of the fort left, the town foot print with restored building foundations and signage helps to get a feeling of what it was like in its day. The staff and volunteers are excellent and willing to spend time explaining what went on at the time.
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