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FortvJames is typical of the forts on Antigua from a structural point of view but it's cannons on the approach to the harbour at St John's add a little extra.
There is a good sandy beach around the headland . The waves have to be...More
Cannons still intact!! I was surprised how many structures there were. It was amazing to be sharing ground with the people who stood watch on this point. There was a couple getting married here this day! Gorgeous views surrounding the fort and also a great...More
We only stopped for 15 minutes but we're glad we did. There were some workers there at the time keeping the weeds down and generally maintaining the site. They were there just to make sure it doesn't get overgrown with weeds and saplings. Although the...More
This fort sits on a cliff near a beautiful beach. It's a shame that the british are not investing into maintaining it. The buildings are falling apart, soon this part of English history will disappear. It would have so much potential for a great tourist...More
Fort James was built in the early 1700's to protect the harbour. Unfortunately, like many historic sites on Antigua it has been sadly neglected. Entry is free of charge. The walls of the fort remain, along with a number of 24-pounder carronades made by the...More