Fort Charlotte- Whoever said history wasn’t enjoyable, clearly, have never visited Fort Charlotte. The Fort built by the British in 1806, during the reigns of King George III and derives its name from his wife "Charlotte". It stood as a means of defense against the local Caribs Indians and the French and is 600 ft above the sea level giving a stunning view across capital Kingstown and down the Grenadines. Presently, the some parts of the facility is managed by the Port Authority, housing a signal station and light house. There are interesting paintings, by Linsay Prescott, a local artiste, in what used to be officers’ quarters, depicting the life of the Black Caribs. A trip to the Fort is a walk through history. Facilities includes information booth, parking, washrooms, signal station and lighthouse. The other stops on this tour are as follows: Botanical Gardens, Roman Catholic Cathedral and Anglican Cathedral along with the Central vegetable and Fish market.