There are more forts per square mile in Bermuda than anywhere else in the world, and Fort St. Catherine is a fine example of those built during the early settlement period. Perched atop its cliff, the stronghold is perfectly intact. Inside, dioramas depict Bermuda's history, and military exhibits display the swords, muskets and pistols of old. A popular audio/visual presentation at the top of the tower describes methods of fortification. It's not the Tower of London, but the fort does house a replica of the British Crown Jewels. No tours are available, except to school groups.
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