Fort Segarra is unique among American Forts in the Virgin Islands is that it is built underground. It was built as part of the American defensive strategy during World War II, and today offers its corridors to be explored by inquisitive visitors.
Although this underground fort was never completed, what remains is open to the public for tours. Flashlights are recommended in order to fully appreciate the sight of these underground tunnels which include barracks, watch towers, and munitions bunkers.
From the observation deck the panoramic view of water island and the surrounding sea is breathtaking.
Water Island is a good option for those wishing to visit Fort Segarra, because guests staying in this region of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of easy site access for the duration of their trip. There isn't much congestion in the area near the historic site, particularly since there are so few hotel booking options in the vicinity.
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Of course, one of the most delightful possibilities while spending a few hours exploring the area is having fare at a restaurant within traveling distance of Fort Segarra. Dinghy's Beach Bar & Grill and are some of the additional restaurant options close to Fort Segarra. At Heidi's Honeymoon Grill you and your party will be able to try out American food and experience the flavors of the Virgin Islands., which serves Italian food, is very close-by, making it a great option for patrons here.
From sun up to sun down you can explore this military land mark.
There is no charge to see this site.
Location: Fort Road, Water Island
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