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I recently attended the yearly Military Tattoo. I didn't mind having to walk up the hill while it was still light out at 7:00 pm - no public transportation available. The problem was trying to get back to my hotel afterwards when it was dark....More
My kids love it here. Try to schedule your visit to see the Fort Henry Guards drill. I believe the year before we saw the Sunset Ceremony which was a very entertaining two hour show (drums, drills, fire works etc).
The restaurant on site is...More
While on our vacation in Toronto, Ontario CA, My husband and I decided to go to Fort Henry because he loves history. It was about a three hour drive from Toronto. It didn’t seem very long, and mostly open road. I was glad we had...More
Not much to see. You pay more than thirty dollars, and in five minutes you have seen everything. There are small shops. Washrooms are fine. If you want to sit outside and eat, they have restaurant, we did not try.
My family and I have visited Fort Henry on numerous occasions. We have been to Fright Nights, The Millennium New Years Eve party, sunset ceremonies and even out for dinner.
The one thing is we are never disappointed how organized and well ran each event...More
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I might see you there as I have tickets as well. You will enjoy the Tattoo. Cameras are definietly allowed and pelase take photos. You sit in bleachers with no back support. If sunny wear sunscreen and drink fluids if... More
I might see you there as I have tickets as well. You will enjoy the Tattoo. Cameras are definietly allowed and pelase take photos. You sit in bleachers with no back support. If sunny wear sunscreen and drink fluids if very hot.