Fort Morris State Historic Site
Fort Morris was built to defend the former town of Sunbury, once a bustling seaport second in Georgia only to Savannah. Fort Morris was used as a coastal fortification during the Revolutionary War. The earthen works were reconstructed during the War of 1812 and were later used as a Civil War Encampment. The site's museum features displays of civilian and military life during Georgia's Colonial, Revolutionary and Antebellum past. During periodic special events, reenactments bring Fort Morris alive with roaring cannons and the measured tread of marching soldiers. Listen! You can almost hear the fife and drums.
Hours: 9am - 5pm Tuesday-Saturday
Address: 2559 Fort Morris Road - Sunbury, GA
Phone: (912) 884-5999