Fort King George Heritage Park

Fort Castries, Fort République, Fort Liberté… Did you know that the monument that we know as Fort King George changed names and owners multiple times between 1777, when construction began, and 1803, when the British finally regained control of Tobago from the French? Named after King George III, the fort is one of Tobago’s most well preserved historical sites and features the Tobago Museum, officers’ barracks, a gunpowder magazine, prison cells and a bell tank. Prepare yourself for breathtaking views of Rockly Bay and the capital city of Scarborough from this beautifully manicured mountaintop destination.