Town Hall
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This is the place where decisions are made: this government building also houses a fine collection of Bermuda cedar furniture.
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TMine
Santa Rosa Beach, FL106 contributions
Nov 2022
Learned a lot about St. George's Island and the Bermuda Islands by reading the displays. The square in front of the building is a nice place to hang out and have breakfast, as we discovered. My daughter endorsed the restrooms in a separate building nearby. (Always handy to know where they are ... big sign on the restroom building.)
Written November 25, 2022
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154rox
Stamford, CT52 contributions
Jan 2020
You can smell the cedar when you walk in, and the fixtures are all in nice condition and the small art gallery has a fantastic exhibit of a local artist who was also the historian and town crier for many years
Worth walking through
Written January 5, 2020
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PiratesofCroydon
London, UK168 contributions
Nov 2019
This is an excellent spot for a selfie/facebook picture also the stocks close by. Gives a good idea of the history. Also close to pub pictureesque docking area.
Written November 10, 2019
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Robert D
Madison, WI34 contributions
Nov 2019
The town cryer really seemed to like what he was doing and could be heard from quite far away. He was quite knowledgable and friendly.
Written November 6, 2019
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McDaniel H
Flower Mound, TX1,415 contributions
Dec 2018 • Friends
We visited this area and could not get into the building as it was closed by the time we arrived. We were able to walk around and take a few photos and read the markers in the area. We were walking and continued on to the adjacent site.
Written January 5, 2019
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Tastewish
Perth, UK1 contribution
Jan 2018 • Couples
Amazing building and the whole area is like stepping back to a time gone by. Look out for the town crier who carries out live trials. Well worth a visit.
Written February 5, 2018
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Bigbillsbiker
North Fort Myers, FL196 contributions
Jun 2016 • Friends
The Town Hall building in St. George' Bermuda,is in the middle of the square ,this is a Unesco World Heritage site..the rooms are filled with period furniture ..where decisions of govt were made..desks ,books and pictures are there for viewing..
Written June 28, 2016
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ron u
Scituate, MA139 contributions
Jun 2014 • Couples
Very historic building, still in use today. A 5 minute walk through gives you enough time to look at all of the local leaders from the past 400 years and check out the architecture.
Written June 17, 2014
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JBernard20
Saint Rose, LA866 contributions
Apr 2013 • Couples
The free tour was certainly worth our time. The guide was informative and well spoken. He did not sound recorded and answers questions along the way. The town crier is truly a step back in time to listen to.
Written March 6, 2014
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Jason Homey
Lewis Center, OH626 contributions
Aug 2013 • Couples
My wife and I arrived in St. George and were looking around on our own when we stumbled upon a free tour being given by a local on the history of the town and various other places. This tour started at Town Hall, then we went over to the Sir George Sommerset statue to learn about how the group that was coming over to Jamestown crash landed on Bermuda during a terrible storm. Under a year later, he left on another ship to go to Jamestown and eventually helped save the settlement from starvation. The ship he built was called the Deliverance, and there is a boat there to tour as well. Next we went over to the Statehouse, then over to Sommer's garden and finally ended at St. Peters church. The entire way, our guide was full of great information and ran down the history of this quaint area. Normally I am not one for tours or guides and like to discover the city on my own, but this was definitely worth the time. The guide answered everything from history questions to general questions about daily island living. It was the highlight of our time in St. George.
Written August 19, 2013
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Town Hall, St. George