Yesterday I went with Andrea and Evan to George’s Island, part of the Interharbor Island system. For only $12, you can take a ferry from Boston to the Islands, and you can go through the tunnels of Fort Warren. A little bit about George’s Island:
This 30-acre island is dominated by Fort Warren, a National Historic Landmark. Constructed of granite between 1833 and 1869, Fort Warren was used during the Civil War for training Union soldiers and later as a prison for captured Confederates. George’s Island now serves as the entrance to the Boston Harbor Islands State Park and provides free inter-island water taxi service, rest room facilities, running water and concession stand.
I brought my camera, and here are a few photos from yesterday: