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  • 1. Bermudian Heritage Museum

    The history, trials, and accomplishments of black Bermudians are highlighted in this museum in a converted 1840s warehouse. Photographs of early black residents including slaves,...Read More

  • 2. Bridge House

    This 17th-century building, owned by the National Trust, was previously home to several of Bermuda's governors—and at least one ghost. Mistress Christian Stevenson, who was...Read More

  • 3. Camden House

    This gracious white 18th-century house on the grounds of the Bermuda Botanical Gardens is the official residence of Bermuda's premier (though the premier doesn't actually...Read More

  • 4. Fort Scaur

    The British chose the highest hill in Somerset for the site of this fort, built in the late 1860s and early 1870s, not for the...Read More

  • 5. Heydon Trust

    A reminder of what the island was like in its early days, this blissfully peaceful 44-acre preserve remains an unspoiled open space, except for a...Read More

  • 6. King's Square

    Today it looks rather inauspicious, more a patch of pavement than a leafy common, yet this square is St. George's undisputed center. In a town...Read More

  • 7. Nea's Alley

    While roaming the back streets, look for Nea's Alley. Nineteenth-century Irish poet Thomas Moore, who lived in St. George's during his tenure as registrar of...Read More

  • 8. Old State House

    A paltry peppercorn is the rent paid annually for the Old State House by the Masonic Lodge St. George No. 200 of the Grand Lodge...Read More

  • 9. Somerset Bridge

    The West End is connected to the rest of Bermuda by Somerset Bridge, and once you have crossed over it, you're no longer, according to...Read More

  • 10. St. George's Historical Society Museum, Printery, and Garden

    Furnished to resemble its former incarnation as a private home, this typical Bermudian building reveals what life was like in the early 1700s. Along with...Read More

  • 11. Tucker House

    Owned and lovingly maintained as a museum by the Bermuda National Trust, Tucker House was built in the 1750s for a merchant who stored his...Read More

  • 12. Unfinished Church

    Work began on this intended replacement for St. Peter's Church in 1874, but just as it neared completion, construction was halted by storm damage and...Read More

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