St. George Town Attractions
|Sightseeing and attractions at this historic UNESCO Heritage Site|
The Town of St. George, founded in 1612 and the 5th oldest European-founded municipality in the Western Hemisphere, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Major St. George Sites and Sights
The oldest stone buildings in the Town of St. George still standing were built after 1619 from local Bermuda stone. The structures built previously had roofs made of thatch which could easily catch fire.
Ferry Point Park a park wih walking trails, sheltered swimming and historic fort
Deliverance II, replica of ship on Ordnance Island that took stranded colonists from Bermuda to Virginia
Somers Statue on Ordnance Island
Major Donald H. (Bob) Burns Memorial Park
Old State House the oldest surviving building in Bermuda not a fort
Somers Garden where vital organs of the Admiral are buried
St. Peter's Church oldest continuously used Protestant church in the New World
Unfinished Church a Gothic-style structure abandoned just before completion in the 1870s
St. George's Golf Club
Tobacco Bay Beach