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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%
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Duke of York St., St. George, Bermuda
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+1 441-297-8359
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After lunch at the White Horse, climbed the steps to this beautifully maintained church surrounded by a graveyard, notable for being divided into two sections - one was exclusively for blacks and freed slaves. Thank God we've moved on!

Thank Ian D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A beautiful 400 + year old church in historic St. George. Definitely worth visiting. Be sure to take time to wander the church yard and to go into the back of the church to view historic bibles, chalices and photos of royal visits.

Thank Pat S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The oldest Anglican church in Bermuda (and perhaps in the New World) still in use. For those who are interested in history, it is a must stop in St. George, the original colonial capital of the island nation. Not only is the interior architecture, decoration...More

Thank Cyreese
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The original church was small, its altar facing east as by tradition, but later, when expansion was warranted, church culture had shifted toward the Reformation, what we American Episcopalians call "low-church." So, the church has a curios layout. The pews are decidedly old style, boxed...More

Thank Michael B
Reviewed 20 October 2017

A modest church with some pretty cool pieces in the inside room. I liked the photos of their most prominent visitors and the churchware. Doesn't take long to do a walkthrough, so good for a quick visit! The cemetery around the church was strangely picturesque...More

Thank redxmatchstick
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

Recommended: African history in Bermuda - segregated cemetary grounds of the church. Real reminder of the past.

Thank rsjl1
Reviewed 19 October 2017

very old cementary to the side of church dating back to 1650's. not as impressive as unfinished church would have been

Thank petersgn33
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

A beautifully maintained church with an actual pipe organ. Worth the walk up the stairs. If we were here on a Sunday, I would have gone to a service.

Thank Christy M
Reviewed 9 October 2017

The church is lovely and picturesque, but I found the cemetery and headstones to be the most interesting. They tell such a story and some read like a book.

Thank theeshopper
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Cute little church in Bermuda. The historical guide had great info on the history of this amazingly resilient church.

Thank d0nnalpaget
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jerseyjill
22 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
3 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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