Fort San Pedro
Cebu from the past!!!
The History of Fuerza de San Pedro
The fort was begun in 1565 when Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legazpi had it built for the military. Named in honour of his ship the ‘San Pedro’ the fort went virtually unknown until around 1739 when it was finally finished after 2 centuries of construction.
Fort San Pedro Museum
hall way within Fort San Pedro
Fort San Pedro is on A Pigafetta Street in the area of the Plaza Independencia near Pier 1 facing the ocean on two sides. With dramatic views surrounding the fort it is an incredible tourist site. The interior gardens are lush with tropical foliage and flowers bloom near the ancient canons. Inside the walls is a make shift museum of antiques and remnants from throughout the history of Fort San Pedro.
Back of the Fort San Pedro Entrance
Entry to Fort San Pedro as of now is 30 PHP which is a steal to spend the day in such a treasured historical site with amazing natural features at every turn. The fort is open for visitors from about 9am to 7pm. Unfortunately the site does not have a tourist office to contact for more information but once at Fort San Pedro the locals are very helpful and interested in tourists.
GI Joe's with our Special Guest's.....
Of course in every place that we've gone, there will so many happy memories to be remembered and one of this is the very important thing......the Victory jump!!!!!!!!! yahu..........
"the couple jump"!!!!hehehehe
wow....Hot Babes!!!!!!!! hahahaha!!!!!
And to end our Fort San Pedro invasion, the ladies of GI joe's take a pose too!!!!!!! Hoping to be back again.....
Entrance Fee: P30 Parking Fee: Free of Charge