Web Site for: Fort Frederick
Description: Fort Frederick is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the Baakens River. It was named after Frederick, Duke of York, and was built by English troops sent to Algoa Bay to assist the Graaff-Reinet rebels in preventing a possible landing of French soldiers. Yet, ironically, no shot was ever fired in anger from the Fort. The Fort, containing a powder magazine and a guardhouse, was originally defended by 2 eight-pounder guns. Open daily from sunrise to sunset.
Physical Address: Corner Belmont Terrace & Fort Street, Central, Port Elizabeth
Mobile Number: Only available to Premium Listings
Contact Person: Only available to Premium Listings
YouTube Video: : Only available to Premium Listings
More Info: Only available to Premium Listings
The contact information on a Premium Listing has no ads in the RHS and is GUARANTEED correct - click HERE - to secure a premium listing for Fort Frederick.
Map to Fort Frederick:
(Click here to find YOUR Longitude and Latitude)
Visit: Fort Frederick
Listed Date: 31 Jan 2012
Current Rating: 0.00
Visitors sent to Fort Frederick: 380
- CLICK HERE to get a small snippett of HTML to allow users to vote for Fort Frederick from your web site.
- As the business owner you may also Modify your listing or CONTACT us for more info. (include this page URL as a reference please)
Some Port Elizabeth businesses have elected not to be contacted via this form. In that case please click here - to phone Fort Frederick.
PLEASE NOTE: This is for COMMENTS and REVIEWS only - click here to make an enquiry.