Ha, ha, and ha. Fort Knox is an incredibly imposing and well-preserved monstrosity of the starfort art, whatever
ultimate shape it took. That dizzying correlation of the standard (casemates casemates casemates) and the unique (that weird stone front glacis, storage bins beneath the parade ground) made it everything I could wish for in a visited starfort!
Plus Fort Knox has two
standing hot shot furnaces. Two!
Just about every coastal fort in the United States had such a furnace in the mid-1800's, but very
few remain today...and as far as I know, this is the only fort where one can trip over two
reasonably functional examples of them today (Fort Pike
outside New Orleans also has two, but...all that's left of Pike's furnaces are sad little mounds of brick remains).