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Fort Monroe - Fort Monroe National Monument

41 Bernard Road
757-722-3678

Fort Monroe National Monument spans the American story through the 21st century: American Indian presence, Captain John Smith's journeys, a safe haven for freedom seekers during the Civil War, and a bastion of defense for the Chesapeake Bay. A public planning process will determine future public services and programming at this new national park with a centuries-old tradition.



Reviews

Matthew Crockett

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Friday, March 23, 2018
Beautiful park like setting is a great place to live and play. The setting is great to take the dogs out there for a walk or just go for a run on your own. Lots of history and natural scenery combines to make one of the best places to visit or live in the area.

Angie

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Such a beautiful historical place for the family. Beautiful quite beach area! If you enjoy walking, try walking the sea wall! It provides a beautiful view with along with the fresh air. The Fort has a great museum known as the Casemate. This place is great for a swim, picnic, date day, a walk, a history lesson, or a a great photo op!

Allen Smith

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Thursday, March 8, 2018
This historic site is beautiful, and so rich in history! Ft. Monroe's Case Mate museum is a great glimpse into the history that this place still holds. Access to parks and beach make it a great place to visit, and with security and police forces on the base makes it a fairly safe place as well.

Neal Smith

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Saturday, March 31, 2018
This is a great place to get out to see some of our history as a nation when it was in great turmoil. The work that went into this place is absolutely stunning! A great day trip!

Astrid Adele

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Great place to visit and look around. My husband and I took our wedding pictures there. Such a beautiful historic place plus they have fireworks on the 4th of July.

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