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Free Entrance to Fort Pulaski for Super Museum Sunday

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Date: February 5, 2018
Contact: Amber DeBardelaben, 912-313-2373

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – Unsure how to spend your Sunday now that football season is over? We have a solution to that! As part of the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday, Fort Pulaski is waiving all admission fees on February 11, 2018. You’re invited to come on down to Fort Pulaski National Monument and enjoy a day of cannon firings, children’s activities, and more.

One of the best preserved examples of coastal fortifications built following the War of 1812, Fort Pulaski is museum in of itself. Join park rangers and staff as they share their knowledge of the monument’s cultural and natural resources. In addition to guided fort tours, there will be children’s games about marsh ecology, authentic Civil War games, living history demonstrations, and a display on the history of Fort Pulaski told through historic photographs. We’ll also be firing the cannon, so you’re sure to have a blast!

Event Schedule:

Sunday, February 11th

10:00 am –Guided Fort Tour
11:00 am – Cannon Demonstration
11:30 am – Civil War Baseball
1:00 pm – Cannon Demonstration
1:30 pm – Special Program: Savannah and Fort Pulaski - The African American Experience 2:00 pm – Guided Fort Tour
3:00 pm – Cannon Demonstration

10 am onwards—Children’s Games and Activities and Living History

For more information on the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday please visit:

Fort Pulaski National Monument is located on U.S. Highway 80, 15 miles east of Savannah. For information on tour schedules, ranger program descriptions, and trails, please visit us online at or call (912) 786-8182. You can also follow the park on Instagram at, on Twitter at, or like the official Fort Pulaski National Monument Facebook page at

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Last updated: February 7, 2018

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