I visited this very old church in 0ctober, 2011. I was docked in Hamilton on the ms. Veendam and so I took my own walking tour of St. George's and nearby attractions. I very much enjoy old historical churches and architecture. The original church dates back to 1620 (!) and thus it is the very oldest continuously operating Anglican church in the West, per reports. It has been rebuilt / expanded upon a couple of times - but this is the original spot of the church. It apparently replaced a previous church. The altar is reportedly the oldest woodwork in Bermuda; the baptismal font is approximately 500 yrs. old!
I thought that the church was pretty stunning - if old churches / architecture are not your thing you may decide to skip it. Does not take all that long to see it, though, as well as the historical graveyards out back and to the side. Those are definitely worth checking out, too. You're looking at roughly one hour to see a gorgeous, historical church.
No fee, it is indeed quaint and simple, yet lovely. I recommend it. I won't say that it is a 'must see' but it is definitely worth a peek :-) Bring your camera. I simply cannot recall if bathroom facilities are available - sorry. No food / drinks but you can purchase those nearby...
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