Scarborough is the largest town on Tobago; its population is around 17,000, almost one-third of the population of the island. During the colonial era, this town was occupied by the Dutch, British, and French. The 18th Century Fort King George dominates the town sitting atop a hill 400 feet above. The Fort’s Georgian buildings now house an interesting historic museum with Amerindian artefacts and military relics from the island's colonial history. Scarborough's deepwater harbour welcomes cruise ships and yachts and is the main departure point for those catching ferries to Tobago’s sister island, Trinidad.
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