• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

Plan Your Visit

Let Fort Pulaski awe and inspire! Follow in the footsteps of revolutionary thinkers, great engineering minds, fearless commanders, and thousands of workers and soldiers who built and fought for control of this massive fortress. Plan your visit today, and experience America through Fort Pulaski National Monument!

Fort Pulaski is only fifteen minutes east of historic Savannah, Georgia. For more information on making your stay a memorable one contact the Savannah Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Only 10 minutes east of Fort Pulaski National Monument on U.S. Highway 80 are the inviting beaches of Tybee Island. This barrier island has a three mile long beach perfect for sunbathing and bird watching. While on Tybee Island enjoy climbing to the top of Tybee Island Lighthouse. From walks on the beach to dolphin-watching, find out all the hidden treasures of Tybee Island.

Use this site to take advantage of all our park has to offer. Links on this page will take you to information about visiting Fort Pulaski and beautiful coastal Georgia.

Did You Know?

Rifled Projectile

Rifled cannons reached Fort Pulaski from over a mile away, tearing through the fort's 8-foot thick solid brick walls. Within thirty-hours the once invincible fort had surrendered. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia