Fort Pulaski National Monument is a historic site located on Cockspur Island, just east of Savannah, GA. It is a preserved Civil War-era fort that was built to protect Savannah from invading forces. The fort was completed in 1847 and was named after General Casimir Pulaski, a Polish immigrant who fought in the Revolutionary War.
Fort Pulaski National Monument include the moat surrounding the fort and the drawbridge that leads into it. Visitors can also see the damage caused by the Union forces during the Civil War, which is still visible in some parts of the fort. The fort has two floors with rooms for sleeping quarters, storage, and ammunition. Visitors can take a self-guided tour through the fort and explore the gun rooms, powder magazines, and other areas.