Fort Pulaski National Monument

US Highway 80 East, Savannah, GA 31410
Historic Attractions / Museums
Info & Amenities

Fort Pulaski, where in 1862 during the American Civil War, the Union Army successfully tested a rifled cannon, the success of which rendered brick fortifications obsolete.


TripAdvisor® Reviews:

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Texasirishblonde | Sep 16, 2019
“Beautifully preserved”

Fort Pulaski was named in honor of the Polish Count who aided the Revolutionary War cause and is considered the founder of the American Cavalry. It was completed in 1847 and was the first post-West...

Lori S | Sep 3, 2019
“Did you see "the Conspirator"?”

If you are familiar with the movie above you are a history buff and will more then enjoy Fort Pulaski. It was filmed mostly at Fort Pulaski as the jail/fort that Mary Sarat was held and eventually...

trtzw | Sep 3, 2019
“An Opportunity to Experience History”

Fort Pulaski, a national monument and part of the National Park Service, is definitely a must see. The fort is beautifully maintained. Park Service employees and volunteers are very friendly and...

Yelp® Reviews:

Yelp Overall Rating
Glenn G. | Apr 26, 2019

Be honest.... How many times have you walked by a Civil War era Canon and felt the temptation to straddle it ? Don't be bashful; we've all wanted to and...

Carolyn B. | Mar 29, 2019

This place was someplace we hadn't planned on going, but ended up being one of the best things we did around Savannah!!! We drove out to Tybee Island and...

Valerie D. | Aug 22, 2019

If you like history, the. This is the tour you need to take. They have two guided programs a day but we missed the one. We walked around and took a load...