Fort Scaur was built in the 1870's in fear that the United States would attack the Royal Naval Dockyard. US troops would eventually be stationed here, but as allies during World War II.
Fort Scaur is today part of a park that visitors can explore and walk around. With plenty of picnic tables, open green space, and the interesting cannons, barracks, and bunkers, the area is a great place to spend some time or to have a picnic.
Somerset Island is a good option for those wishing to visit Fort Scaur, since guests staying in this region of Bermuda will be excited to have easy site access for the duration of their trip. You can expect little traffic surrounding this historic site, especially as there is such a limited selection of hotel booking options nearby.
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Historic site guests will have no problem finding a meal, since you'll find a plentiful supply of food and drink options within traveling distance. The most frequented nearby eatery is, an ideal restaurant to dine at before visiting this historical site. and are additional restaurant options close to Fort Scaur where travelers will have the chance to try something different on Bermuda.
Fort Scaur is open daily from 10:00am until 4:30pm.
There is no cost of admission to visit the fort.
Phone Number: (441) 236-5902
Location: Somerset Road, Somerset Island, Bermuda
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