There isn't a lot to see but it was pretty and peaceful. It is right next to a fort you can visit. The guide at the fort mentioned a man made waterfall near the staircase, but I didn't see or hear it. Worth the short...More
About Queen's Staircase
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We walked down the staircase as part of our historical tour. Steep, but breathtaking with a nice waterfall to the side of it.
The history of the staircase was interesting but it was really too hot to enjoy walking around the area. Same with Ft. Fincastle. I think we would have really enjoyed it had it not been 95 degrees.
I stopped by the Queen's Staircase as part of a tour and there was something special about going down the steps knowing the history behind them. The view from the top and bottom is beautiful. A must visit for history lovers.
This is a popular tourist spot. The queen's staircase is a flight of stone steps surrounded by lush plants and trees forming a canopy overhead. This cool green haven also seems a popular spot for locals to take wedding photographs.
Exciting visit at the Queen's Staircase enter from the top and down the 65 steps which wasn't a bad experience. Got some informative fact about the location (escape route for the slaves). A quick look at the fort some gift shopping and was on our...More
It's both happy and sad to climb these steps. The view from the top is magnificent but when you learn that it was slave labour that created them it's hard to take.