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Scaur Hill Fort

Scaur Hill Fort Facts

The Scaur Hill Fort was built in the 19th century on the highest hill and it is surrounded by a defensive rampart.

It includes a dry moat and underground passages that connect Ely’s Harbor to Great Sound.

The Scaur Hill Fort is spread on nine hectares (22 acres) of parkland. It encompasses a rocky shoreline for fishing, picnic areas, a public dock, and exciting trails.

The world’s smallest drawbridge, the 17th-century Somerset Bridge, lies in close vicinity to the fort.

Scaur Hill Fort Map&Location

Scaur Hill Park Address: Sandys, Scotts Hill, Bermuda

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Scaur Hill Fort Photos

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Photos by Judy Malley
Scaur Hill Fort
Scaur Hill Fort grounds
View from Scaur Hill Fort