Fort Burt, Road Town, Virgin Islands - British
Waterfront Drive, Road Town, Virgin Islands - British| Map |
Built in the 17th century as a fortification to protect Tortola’s port, and then reportedly rebuilt by the British in 1776, Fort Burt is a landmark in the British Virgin Islands. Now a boutique hotel, popular restaurant (The Pub) and refurbished marina, the storied site is a great place for parents and kids to visit. The whole family will enjoy their time eating a genuine West Indies lunch and/or dinner dockside while being immersed in the exciting colonial past of the island -- a time when the British fleet ruled the seas. Fort Burt is a delightful option for families seeking history, beauty and great food all in one spot.
Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Families who want an option other than The Pub for a food can also visit Crandall's Pastry Plus, also at the Fort Burt marina. Offering cakes, tarts, lobster, and a host of Caribbean foods, the restaurant is a taste of West Indies casual cuisine.
Address: Waterfront Drive, Road Town, Virgin Islands - British| Map
Hours: Open 24 hours More Info
Price: Admission: $3 More Info