St. George Town

St.George's, Bermuda

St. George Town, once the island’s capital, is now a UNESCO World Heritage site with charming, twisty cobblestoned streets as well as the State House, 400-year-old St. Peter’s Church and several forts that also date to the 1600s. Located on the island's East End, it is worth a visit to see prime examples of British Colonial architecture and get a sense of the oldest continuously occupied English settlement in the New World.

Written by Jen Barr

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