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Address: Duke of York St., St. George, Bermuda
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Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century...

Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century onwards; best known for being the oldest Anglican Church outside the British Isles.

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Oldest Church in Bermuda

Beautiful Historic Church in Downtown St. George. This church has been continually used since the 1600's.

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Newton, New Jersey
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Newton, New Jersey
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Beautiful Historic Church in Downtown St. George. This church has been continually used since the 1600's.

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

This is the oldest church in Bermuda and the location where I was married. My visit was to remember my special wedding day.

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Watertown, Massachusetts, United States
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

St Peter's has been in continuous use since the 1600s. It's a sweet, simple church, built and remodeled with gorgeous Bermudan cedar. We were lucky enough to visit on a day when a carpenter was repairing some of the wood trim, carefully modeling the pieces by hand to replicate the originals. Relics from the church history are on display, 400... More 

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Beautiful. Charming. A real historic Site. Been there a couple of times when in St George. It is the oldest surviving Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles. It is also reportedly the oldest continuously used Protestant church in the New World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Great Neck, New York
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

This church was built in 1610. As soon as you want all up the steps into this church, you feel a sense of safety and warmth...queen Elizabeth and princess Diana has walked the steps to this church. Something not to miss. Immaculate interior.

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Auckland, New Zealand
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

St Peters Church has a story to tell of the early days of British rule in Bermuda as well as a worshipping community today. 'The church is simple in style but has a presence. The graveyard at the back of the church has many intersting gravestones which chart the early days of the colony

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Nashville, Tennessee
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Free. Beautiful cedar interior. In City St George. Recommend. Volunteer on site for questions. Small, ancient graveyard surrounding church.

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Bryan, Ohio
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I enjoyed all of the beautiful cedar structures inside St. Peter's Church. It was well worth the quick stop and we would recommend the short tour given by the volunteers.

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you visit Bermuda, you are sure to travel (most likely by ferry boat) to its 'second city', St. Georges. This is a lovely town to spend a 1/2 day in, walking around its charming streets with blue, yellow, green, red pastel painted houses. Just a few steps off the main square is St. James Church, both architecturally and historically... More 

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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The church was very pretty and very historical, but we ventured into the graveyard and the old graves were just so fascinating! There was an outbreak of small pox or yellow fever (I can't remember which) in the early 1800's and it was sad to see all the young children who died. But again, fascinating. The woman in the church... More 

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