the Town of St. George is the oldest continuously occupied town of English origin in the western hemisphere. Wander down cobblestone alleys and lanes, visit historic homes and watch reenactments of Bermuda’s colonial past.
St. George's Historical Society Museum
an architectural beauty built with Bermudian cedar. Built in 1612, it's the oldest Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles.
Across the street, explore the Bermuda National Trust Museum in the Globe Hotel, built in 1700 by the-Governor Samuel Day – it's one of the oldest stone buildings on the island
The St. George's Historical Society Museum is furnished much as it was when it was a private home. This typical Bermudian structure from the early 1700s houses artefacts and documents from the island's earliest days