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St George's Town Travel Guide

St George's Town Attractions

King's Square

King's Square

Many attractions are located around King's Square where a beautiful 18th century Town Hall overlooks the old pillory and stocks. The Hall is no longer in use but does provide great...

Somers Garden

Somers Garden

Located North of King's Square is Somers Garden, named after the colony's founder whose ship, , was wrecked off the island in 1609. Finding it a fairly nice place to be washed ashore, Sir George...

St Peter's Church

St Peter's Church

St Peter's Church is one of Bermuda's most cherished landmarks. It is the oldest Anglican Church outside Britain. The original wooden structure was built in 1612 and its roof thatched...

Globe Hotel

Globe Hotel

Situated across from St Peter's is the Globe Hotel. It was built in 1699 and houses the fascinating National Trust Museum. The museum documents Bermuda's role in the US Civil War when St...

Tucker House Museum

Tucker House Museum

This elegant, early 18th-century edifice was the home of Henry Tucker, a descendant of Bermuda's second governor, Daniel Tucker. A freed American slave named Joseph Hayne Rainey ran a barber...

Somers' Wharf

Somers' Wharf

Somers' Wharf is a tastefully redeveloped area on the waterfront with a selection of shops and restaurants. The Carriage Museum has a collection of well-maintained carriages ranging from a...

Fort St Catherine

Fort St Catherine

On the northern tip of St George's Island is Fort St Catherine, overlooking the beach where Sir George Somers and his shipwrecked crew came ashore in 1609. Bermuda's first governor Richard...

Bermuda Maritime Museum

Bermuda Maritime Museum

Displaying over 500 years of maritime history, the Bermuda Maritime Museum is a wonderful place to take the kids to learn about the seas as well as the slave trade as well as other aspects of...

Royal Naval Dockyard

Royal Naval Dockyard

A great family attraction is the Royal Naval Dockyard where shops, restaurants and museums can be visited as well as the Dolphin Quest attraction. These recently restored dockyards are a great...

Bermuda Snorkel Park

Bermuda Snorkel Park

Located at the Royal Naval Dockyard, the Bermuda Snorkel Park is a wonderful place for kids to explore the underwater marine life that surrounds this island. There is even a beach bar...

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