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    Fort Henry is Pretty freaking awesome! A nice, hands-on look at history. Great place of history. This is a must see in Baltimore. Home of the Star Spangles Banner so definitely enjoy it! Take the tour. It historical interpretation is the battle that took place the War of 1812 in where Francis Scott Key wrote a poem that later became the US National Anthem. Fort Henry has built a new Visitor Center with all new displays. Disability Access is available as long with disability parking. You will need an estimated 3 to 4 hours for a complete walk through the entire property. Make sure you check out their event page for volunteers dressed in costume for those who wants to take great photographs.

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    Made a family visit to this National Monument on a cold day in January and it was great. Seeing the 10 minute movie before walking up to the fort was a good move. My 7 yo totally connected the views from the ramparts with the 1812 battle, pointing out where British ships were and where they were trying to go. Great cannons. Worthwhile for sure if you are near Baltimore.

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    It was fantastic there. I recommend you take not only yourself, but bring a friend or even the family! It was very educational and I learned more than what I learned back at school. 🙂

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    I would like to say this is a place almost at least experience once and learn its history. The Star Spangled Banner was wrote from this place. from Francis Scott Key

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    This place sucked. Tourist trap with no character.If you ARE going to come here, just walk on through – don’t pay the $7 entrance fee.