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St. Peter's Church, St. George
(4.8/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Visit the oldest Anglican church outside of the UK at St. Peter's Church, which makes up part of World Heritage-listed St. George Town. The Protestant church dates back to 1612, though some parts have been replaced or restored over the centuries. In 2012, the church celebrated 400 years of existence and received the title "Their Majesties Chappell" by Queen Elizabeth II. Admire the historical building's strikingly plain facade, its native cedar wood beams, and the simple, tranquil interior. Visit the church cemetery, where many notable Bermudians have been laid to rest throughout history. St. Peter's Church is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, St. George Edition.
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TripAdvisor
  • Great old church in the middle on town. Gardens and surrounding grave sites give you a quick feel of the history of St. George. Amazing wooden structure inside and good snoop for history buffs. 
  • We took the local buses around the island and ended up in St. George. This is a nice church for a brief stop (all the time we had). 
  • We not only visited the church during the day, but also attended Sunday service. It was "Day of Remembrance" commemorating the end of WWI. Many government officials were there and participated in the ...  more »
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  • I visited this church in 2013. Really like it.
  • A must-see when visiting St. George's.
  • Simple and decidedly bella, on a small hill and reduced dimensions there is no more beauty and naturalness, is of such works that should always be and remain.
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