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The view of Nassau is one of Fort Charlotte’s best attributes. While standing on top of the imposing limestone structure, overlooking the waterless moat, dungeons, and draw-bridge, you can also watch cruise ships enter the harbor and imagine a time when pirate ships filled with looted gold or colonial vessels with Africans as cargo cruised in and out of the harbor. Fort Charlotte, which never fired a shot in battle, is the largest of the forts on the island. It has several interior rooms to explore and historical displays. If you’re a history buff, a guided tour might not do you justice. As a casual visitor the tour is quick, so it allows for time to roam independently. The overall experience will only set you back $3.

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Fort Charlotte

The view of Nassau is one of Fort Charlotte’s best attributes. While standing on top of the imposing limestone structure, overlooking the waterless moat, dungeons, and draw-bridge, you can also watch cruise ships enter the harbor and imagine a time when pirate ships filled with looted gold or colonial vessels with Africans as cargo cruised in and out of the harbor. Fort Charlotte, which never fired a shot in battle, is the largest of the forts on the island. It has several interior rooms to explore and historical displays. If you’re a history buff, a guided tour might not do you justice. As a casual visitor the tour is quick, so it allows for time to roam independently. The overall experience will only set you back $3.