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Located in the heart of the Town, the World Heritage Centre (operated by The St. George's Foundation) is a key orientation and resource point for visitors and students of all ages. In our Theatre Room you can sit back and enjoy a short film "A...more
Nice place to visit but a bit contrived and clearly aimed at the tourist trade. Liked the replica of the ship built by the first settlers. Would have liked a bus to St Catherine's fort, but had to walk there which was a bit hot....More
My husband and I visited St. George during the Christmas holiday when everything was closed, so we didn't get to experience the shops and businesses that would be open outside of public holidays. We did walk around to see the various historic buildings, but other...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Home2go2004, Administrative Assistant at World Heritage Centre - St. George, responded to this reviewResponded January 18, 2019
We are glad you were able to walk around St. George and visit our historic buildings. Many of them were built in the 1800s. We hope you were able to see the town lit up at night as St. George looks spectacular.
I love bermuda, although if you don't like heat, avoid JULY, AUGUST..St. George is the eastern city ,a world heritage site.Do not miss it.It is important
to history buffs, has a museum, a church with very old cemetary. Important mayors, and seamen must be buried...More
Dropped in after docking at the Royal Naval Dockyard at the other end of the island. The museum gives an overview of Bermuda's founding and the development of its development as a British colony. It hits all the major points, including the Sea Venture wreck...More
Good place to get to know about the island (actually islands - 181 of them!).
All kinds of information here, plus a little thrift store in the main area. It is right near the ferry to Hamilton and the Cruise port - but only for...More
It was a good starting point. It gave a overview of the town and its history and gave you a reference point of where to go to. It also has a thrift shop attached to it for all you thrift shop hunters with some good...More
Date of experience: May 2018
SGF M, Front Office Manager at World Heritage Centre - St. George, responded to this reviewResponded May 22, 2018
Thank you for your review. We hope you enjoyed your visit.
Oldest and most interesting architecturally are of Bermuda. Lots to see, photograph, wander around. Buses and ferries get you there easily. Beaches are right nearby as are a whole host of restaurants, bars, etc.
Date of experience: April 2017
SGF M, Manager at World Heritage Centre - St. George, responded to this reviewResponded March 9, 2018
We are so glad that you enjoyed our Old Towne. It is a great place to wander through the small streets and alleyways and look at all of the architecture.
I wish we stopped here first after getting off the ferry. $5 admission is well worth the overview and history. Some exhibits already showing wear and broken when we went. Again- film was worth it. Also great way for tourists to support preservation efforts in...More
I recommend to my Little Island BIG Adventure Tour participants to make the World Heritage Center their first attraction to visit. The exhibit and the video offered makes this the best value of historical currency that Bermuda has. It truly is the "Gateway to Bermuda"...More