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Fort Moultrie from the inlet - Sullivans Island

Fort Moultrie from the inlet

Fort Moultrie National Monument.

We finally visited this fort in 2004 (photo 4). Up to then I'd only seen it from the water. The National Park Service website says that you can tour the fort using the self-guided brochure. And you can.

There is a little museum across the road from the actual fort, and you can take a photo of the fort from there (photo 5)

Interpretive signs are posted throughout the fort (photos 2 and 3). By using these signs and the park brochure, visitors guide themselves through the fort traveling back in time from World War II to the American Revolution. Ranger programs are given at various times."

The only problem with the NPS presentation is that I don't think that they made enough of the Revolutionary War victory that occurred here.

Operating Hours & Seasons

Daily, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Seniors (62 and over): $1.00 Adults (16 and over): $2.00 Children: $1.00 Family: $5.00 Annual Pass: $20.00

Directions: Take US-17 North to Mt. Pleasant and turn right onto SC-703. At Sullivan's Island, turn right onto Middle Street. The fort is 1.5 miles from that intersection.

Phone: 843-883-3123

Website: http://www.nps.gov/fomo/index.htm

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 6, 2007
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