Fort Pulaski National Monument has begun its extended summer schedule
Effective June 1, the Visitor Center and the historic fort will be open daily from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Park gates will close at 6:15 PM.
Remember, Fort Pulaski was built for war, not safety. Please have a safe and enjoyable visit to Fort Pulaski National Monument!
Alcohol is not permitted within the historic dike system. Open containers of alcohol are prohibited within the passenger compartments of motor vehicles.
All cultural and natural resources are protected by law. Climbing on historic features is not permitted. The possession of metal detectors or firearms within the park is prohibited.
Many parts of the fort are fragile. Please help us preserve Fort Pulaski.
Did You Know?
The present Cockspur Lighthouse dates from 1856. The lighthouse survived the Civil War despite being in direct line of fire during the battle for Fort Pulaski in 1862. Finally extingushed in 1909, the lighthouse was relit in 2007. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia