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The Water Tower

Must See

  • The Water Tower
Must See The Water Tower

A five-minute drive and 13-minute walk from The Port is The Water Tower. Constructed in 1928 as a means to maintain water pressure on the island of New Providence, The Water Tower lies behind Fort Fincastle and stands at an imposing 126 feet tall. In the past, visitors could climb the spiral staircase up to the top of the tower, but these days the inside of the structure is now closed to The Public.

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