Dating back to 1614, this fortress housed cannons
which shot 400 pound projectiles at enemy ships a mile or more away!
Certainly one of Bermuda most impressive fortresses, Fort Saint
Catherine is built near the spot where Sir George Somers was shipwrecked
You can walk to "Fort St. Catherine" in about 20
minutes from St. George's town square. There are some hills,
however, and you may want to catch the mini-bus which runs from the
square every 15 minutes or a taxi which are usually abundant in the
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Open daily 10am-4pm; plan on touring the fort and its
exhibits for about an hour.
15 Coot Pond Rd, St. George, Bermuda
Historic fort turned history museum, featuring an
exhibit called "Highlights in Bermuda's History."