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| Stuart Hill, Madikeri, India
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Reviewed yesterday

The place do not really gives the feel of a fort. There are only few constructions left. For the top the view is good. It need not be a must watch list, but can visit this place if you have time. Do not go with...More

Thank AnilDaita
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Could see more other place than this. If you have time please go see this place. Take a walk at the wall

Thank Rakesh V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's quite obvious when you visit to place and that is fort then you expect a lot to see that.... have a boy while entering itself in a fort I didn't realise I am in Fort. there is barely something to see that with the...More

Thank vikrant s
Reviewed 12 August 2018

I just saw the museum in the campus. It had statues from various time periods and locations. I must have spent about 15 - 20 minutes as I was reading every description. I like history so it was interesting to see these statues. Unfortunately, the...More

Thank bhavnabkumar
Reviewed 11 August 2018 via mobile

Small fort with small rooms some of which are converted to office rooms. Church inside the fort premises.. visiting this was completely average

Thank KhyatiK15
Reviewed 1 August 2018

This fort is poorly maintained! There isn't much to see.. most of the rooms were converted into some kinda office with full of dust.. Really bad.. and such a waste of time!

Thank sreeyuhs
Reviewed 23 July 2018

good old place to visit and mostly without any people post noon. good view of the adjoining hills on climbing the fort side view tower.

Thank rchethan
Reviewed 22 July 2018

Built in 17 th century with mud and granite this place has undergone renovations.Only small place is accessible as some part is now office complex.There are two life sized elephants made of mortar and some portion is not accessible.There is ganesha temple and church in...More

Thank AnjanManda
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Located in Medikeri town lies this 17th century fort. Well frankly compared to many other fortified forts in the country this one is rather small & even its architecture is a bit quaint.However this fort is different from others as within its precincts it houses...More

1  Thank pinaki50
Reviewed 9 July 2018

If you have ever visited Rajasthan forts, Then just forget this one. This place is now government office. You can have only glimpse of side fort walls. Nothing else. Museum has nothing to show. Avoid this place.

1  Thank Srinivasan R
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26 September 2017|
Response from VijayAnand C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, It is 6am–8pm I went around 5 pm and didnt find any kind of entrance office or gate to close it. So its pretty much open when the staff are there (there's a small collection room). otherwise, the fort is accessible... More
25 September 2017|
Response from VijayAnand C | Reviewed this property |
there are no restrooms in Madikeri fort