Tobago: Fort King George in Scarborough
Fort King George in located in the capital town of Scarborough. The fort dates back to 1770 when the British built it and named after King George III. In 1793, the French captured it and held until 1804, when the Brits took Tobago back. The fort is located on the highest hill in town and offers stunning panoramas out toward the sea. There is also a museum and a light house in here and several old and musty military barracks that now have bats hanging in them.