Fort King George is known as Tobago's main historic site. Located in the island's capital, just minutes from the Scarborough Hospital, the fort commands the hilltop over the town and a huge stretch of coast and ocean approaches. It was built by the British in the 1700s when it was also captured and occupied by the French and renamed Fort Castries. The old officers' currently houses a craft shop and the former military hospital is now home to the National Fine Arts Centre, which displays Tobago art and sculpture. The forts powder magazine, cell block and water tanks are still popular attractions.
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- Nearest Train: Scarborough