This is a beautiful look back at America, Spain, Florida and the people who just lived here. Time is endless. It's us that come and go.
About Fort Barrancas
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I'm pretty big on visiting forts, but this one was disappointing. The staff are wonderful, but the fort and facilities themselves are small, and sectioned off so the view is poor. A view obviously isn't everything for a historical attraction, but the facility is mostly...More
This is an old port defense fort with the old Spanish cannon battery and the newer (1840-1870) Fort Barrancas. There is also nearby Redoubt fort. The guided tour is worth it. During the summer do this first thing in the morning and then go to...More
simply incredible. one of the original 3 forts built in the 1800's. you will be amazed at the sheer # of bricks used. very cool to see how soldiers built forts and how they lived!
Parking is awkward but a little walk is worth the history. The area is just beautiful and well kept. This post is full of history and should be maintained to the highest military standards. Great place to just look back on a wonderful military career.
This is a civil war era fort near Pensacola that was occupied by the Confederates during the Civil War at one time. It is a relatively small fort, but is in very good shape. It has a few features that one doesn’t normally see in...More
Fort Barancas is a National Park Service location, so if you have kids, make sure they do the Junior Ranger Program. It is free, the kids learn and they get a certificate and pin when they finish . . . that is after they walk...More
The draw bridge a killing ground , where your imagination can see how an old world fort was defended . A brickwork labyrinth will take the tourist round to "Water Battery" where cannon balls where skipped across the water at wooden ships . ect ,ect
Come visit a fort that operated from the 1800's to World War II. And see a bit of southern history. Even Geronimo was housed here until his death.