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St. Peter's Church

Duke of York St., St. George, Bermuda
+1 441-297-8359
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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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  • Very good33%
  • Average3%
  • Poor0%
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Duke of York St., St. George, Bermuda
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Reviewed yesterday

Part of the Anglican Communion, this lovely church, and churchyard, has an active congregation and regular services.

Thank William D
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the oldest still used church in St George. The architecture is absolutely breathtaking. The steps leading up to the front doors are intimidating but not that bad. There is an old cemetery on both side of the church. In the heart of downtown...More

Thank Urban1026
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must see when visiting St Georges! A great place to photograph and there is a ton of history that goes with it!

Thank Elaina S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My family and I were just in St. George last week, visiting St. Peter's Church; it is so beautiful and very well kept. The entire town is absolutely gorgeous! Everyone was friendly and helpful.

Thank Ann P
Reviewed 1 week ago

We don't usually tour churches on our trips, but this was such a historical gem we had to see it. So worth the trip up the steps. Do a walk around the graveyard around the church, as well.

Thank An0nym0us1150
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

we managed to get in before a funeral began and the place is amazing. Very, very old and we ended staying to watch some of the funeral which incorporated many funerary rites not seen in the US. worth the walk through town to see!

Thank MRFRIENDLY
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Would highly recommended visiting here!!! Gorgeous church and extremely well kept, right in the centre of town (St George's). Very helpful lady explaining history and present of the building.

Thank Hannah C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Perfectly beautiful church and graveyards dating back to the island's earliest settlement. Inside and out it is clean and inviting with a great story to tell and it is well worth a visit. From the silver in the safe to the tragic graves outside, including...More

Thank AndyBe11
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped by on a walking tour of St George on the way back from Tobacco Bay. It was striking to see the graves and note when fever ravaged the town...1819 was a bad year. There is a very old tree there that's been knocked...More

Thank Stephen R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Remarkably good condition for the age. Just walking through the church put you back in this time in history. Walking in the graveyard is impressive as well. All of it very very close to a good walking and a free tour brochure handed out by...More

Thank William H
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jerseyjill
21 March 2017|
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Response from Nell G | Property representative |
Hi Nell. There is access on the level on the street behind the Church. From the Main Street, up Queen Street, right on Church Lane to the gap in the wall, the north entrance to the church. Walk around the church to the main... More
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Mary D
2 June 2015|
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Response from Julie G | Reviewed this property |
Hi Mary, I have never stayed there, but do know the Gold Floor, is on the 6th floor and is a very elite part of the hotel, The cater to your every need....so i guess it would depend on what you are looking for. As for a... More
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