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St. Peter's Church (St. George)
#1 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century onwards; best known for being the oldest Anglican... more » Owner description: Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century onwards; best known for being the oldest Anglican Church in the Western Hemisphere. « less
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#2 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: The mother Anglican church in Bermuda, known not only for its religious, historical, and social importance, but also for its... more » Owner description: The mother Anglican church in Bermuda, known not only for its religious, historical, and social importance, but also for its beautiful architecture. « less
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Fort St. Catherine (St. George)
#3 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
Fort turned history museum, featuring an exhibit called "Highlights in Bermuda's History."
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Jon Faulkner Pottery (Sandys Parish)
#4 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Owner description: Jon Faulkner pottery is located within Bermuda Clayworks, dockyard, Bermuda. Each piece is individually made by Jon on the... more » Owner description: Jon Faulkner pottery is located within Bermuda Clayworks, dockyard, Bermuda. Each piece is individually made by Jon on the potters wheel and fired in a salt kiln. « less
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Fort Hamilton (Hamilton)
#5 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites; Military Museums
Owner description: Built in the 1870s to protect the Royal Naval Dockyard, this fort now provides spectacular views of the bustling city of... more » Owner description: Built in the 1870s to protect the Royal Naval Dockyard, this fort now provides spectacular views of the bustling city of Hamilton and its harbor. « less
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Harbour Night (Hamilton)
#6 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Neighborhoods
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Front Street (Hamilton)
#7 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Neighborhoods
Upscale shopping district, lined with posh department stores such as Triminghams.
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Perot Post Office (Hamilton)
#8 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Architectural Buildings; Government Buildings; Historic Sites
Owner description: Stop by the building where the first Bermuda stamp was printed, see some of these famous first stamps and pick up a few... more » Owner description: Stop by the building where the first Bermuda stamp was printed, see some of these famous first stamps and pick up a few contemporary commemorative stamps for yourself. « less
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Town Hall (St. George)
#9 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Government Buildings
Owner description: This is the place where decisions are made: this government building also houses a fine collection of Bermuda cedar... more » Owner description: This is the place where decisions are made: this government building also houses a fine collection of Bermuda cedar furniture. « less
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Town Hall Square (St. George)
#10 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Located at the heart of St. George, this plaza features stocks, a pillory and a duckings stool.
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#11 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Libraries
Owner description: This library exhibits its 1624 first edition of Captain John Smith's "General Histoire of Virginia, New England and the... more » Owner description: This library exhibits its 1624 first edition of Captain John Smith's "General Histoire of Virginia, New England and the Somers Isles." « less
#12 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Government Buildings
Government center, theater and art museum all in one building.
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#13 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites; Lookouts; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Unfinished Cathedral (St. George)
#14 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: Poor planning, insufficient funds and natural disasters prevented the completion of this church, thus called the Unfinished... more » Owner description: Poor planning, insufficient funds and natural disasters prevented the completion of this church, thus called the Unfinished Cathedral. « less
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St. Anne's Church (Southampton Parish)
#15 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
Postcard-perfect church with a tiny graveyard and beautiful views of the southern coast.
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#16 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Ships; Historic Sites
Owner description: Small ship built in 1610 to carry some shipwrecked explorers to Virginia; now a tourist attraction featuring a tape recorded... more » Owner description: Small ship built in 1610 to carry some shipwrecked explorers to Virginia; now a tourist attraction featuring a tape recorded guide and a witch-torturing device from the 17th century. « less
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#17 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
Roman Catholic church built in 1927 with Spanish-style architecture.
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Christ Church (Warwick Parish)
#18 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
The first Presbyterian church on the island, this beautiful building was built in the 1800s.
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Old Rectory (St. George)
#19 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites; Architectural Buildings
A reformed pirate built this little cottage in 1705, and now it's run by the Bermuda National Trust.
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#20 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: This 19th century church is best known for its neo-Gothic architecture, including some beautiful stained glass... more » Owner description: This 19th century church is best known for its neo-Gothic architecture, including some beautiful stained glass windows.Sitting high on a hill in Smith’s Parish, St. Mark’s is one of the oldest and most beautiful Anglican churches in Bermuda. Island residents and visitors have worshiped on the site since the 1650s and continue to do so nearly 400 years later.St. Mark’s plays a key role in the spiritual life of Smith’s Parish.The beautiful bells of this historic Bermuda church call worshippers to Sunday morning service at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.Sunday School, for ages 3 – 12, runs concurrently to the 10:30 a.m. service with the children joining the congregation toward the end of the service.On the second Sunday of every month all are in church for the Family Service. Our Youth Group meets every other Sunday from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.St. Mark’s further serves the community by performing baptisms, weddings and funerals.To the community it serves, St. Mark’s is more than just a church – it is a family and all are welcome. Whether you are a visitor to Bermuda or a resident, we invite you to join us for Sunday service.We hope to see you soon. « less
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#21 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: This fort, built in the late 1800s, now houses the Bermuda Harbour Radio and offers breathtaking views of the St. George... more » Owner description: This fort, built in the late 1800s, now houses the Bermuda Harbour Radio and offers breathtaking views of the St. George harbor. « less
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Sessions House (Hamilton)
#22 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Government Buildings; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: Home to Bermuda's House of Assembly and the Supreme Court, this building is most interesting for its neo-classical... more » Owner description: Home to Bermuda's House of Assembly and the Supreme Court, this building is most interesting for its neo-classical architecture and watchtower commemorating Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. « less
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#23 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites
This shipwreck is a popular dive site among scuba divers.
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#24 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites
This fort was built in 1870 and is now a main attraction in a national park on St. George's Island.
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Old State House (St. George)
#25 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Architectural Buildings; Government Buildings
Owner description: Oldest stone building in Bermuda, made famous for its yearly Rent Payment Ceremony, featuring a 17-gun salute and a horse... more » Owner description: Oldest stone building in Bermuda, made famous for its yearly Rent Payment Ceremony, featuring a 17-gun salute and a horse drawn carriage: who knew paying the rent could be this much fun? « less
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#26 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites
The oldest church in Hamilton, a popular place for weddings.
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#27 of 53 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Although most of the body of this wooden schooner has rotted away, there is still much of the ship's cargo left to explore,... more » Owner description: Although most of the body of this wooden schooner has rotted away, there is still much of the ship's cargo left to explore, making it one of the most popular dive sites on the island. « less
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Category: Religious Sites
Old church dating back to the early 1700s, featuring some silver from the late 16th century.
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Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
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Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: Reconstructions, alterations and additions over the past three hundred years have made this building one of the most... more » Owner description: Reconstructions, alterations and additions over the past three hundred years have made this building one of the most beautiful and distinctive churches in Bermuda. « less
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