Administrative Area Level 1
St. George's Parish
A unique experience in Bermuda's old city . Experience the Ducking stool and being placed in the stocks.
The quaint little Town of St. George. The Town Square and City Hall. The docking stool reenactment of dunking the woman in the water and the town cryer. Then visit the oldest Anglican church in this hemisphere, St. Peter's Church. And a wealth of history in the town of St. George.
Meander through the alley ways of UNESCO World Heritage Site of St. Georges Old Town. Visit the Perfumery, Unfinished Church and St. Peter's Church.
The town of St. george is a world heritage sight and a living museum. Take a walking tour aroound the town,, visit the quaint shops, see a reenactment of a ducking, take photograpsh in the stockades, tour Fort St. Catherine, /afterwards, enjoy a swim eith Tobacco Bay or have a bite to eat at …
“Wonderful place to visit. World famous small zoo. Beautiful large aquarium windows. Easy to access from your location taking the number 3 bus route”
“Church Bay Park is literally a few steps (a 2 minute walk from your door). It is great for snorkeling, swimming and watching the majestic longtails sore along the shoreline. ”
“City Hall Theatre hosts a number of shows and the National gallery. A great old building which has seen decades of local artists.”
“For a Bermudian "fish sandwich," this is a local spot where you won't find any tourists. Grab one and head down to the the rocks to eat with a view. :) ”
“One of the last family run department stores in Bermuda. All items can be found here - cosmetics & perfumes, jewellry, women's clothing, some china & crystal. Further down the street towards the Ferry Terminal you will find "Cooper's Man" with a wide range of men's clothing.”