Fort King George Historic Site

Tour the oldest English fort remaining on Georgia’s coast at Fort King George, which was the southern outpost of the British Empire in North America from 1721 until 1736. The on-site museum offers a film detailing the 18th and 19th century history of Fort King George, including Guale Indians, the Santo Domingo de Talaje mission, Fort King George, the Scots of Darien and 19th century sawmilling.

Admission: Adults (18–61) $7.50; Seniors (62+) $7; Youth (6–17) $4.50; Children (under 6) Free

For more information: GaStateParks.org/FortKingGeorge

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