Places To Go
John Wesley Memorial
Start your visit at the park visitor center. See the park film "The Battle for Fort Pulaski," and learn more about Fort Pulaski through the park's displays and collections.
Look closely for remnants of Fort Pulaski's construction village used from the late 1820s through the 1880s. You can view the ruins of ovens, cisterns, and other stonework dispersed along the park trails.
View the small cemetery located next to Fort Pulaski. The final resting spot of several soldiers from the early to mid-19th century.
Did You Know?
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