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Historic City Tour of St George
"Explore the UNESCO-listed city of St. George and learn about its fascinating history during this 6.5-hour sightseeing tour. Meet up with a friendly informative guide at the King’s Wharf cruise port or the airport and take off by coach for a tour you’ll never forget! The spot where Bermuda was first ‘started’ St. George has a storied history starting with the 1609 shipwreck of the English ship ‘Sea Venture.’ See the spot where the ship was wrecked and its surrounding area. Other stops on the tour may include the World Heritage Center the Bermuda Heritage Museum Barbers Alley King's Square
From $84.00
 
Go Boston Card
"Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping dining and activities plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control allowing you to have the best customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one two
From $54.00
 
Virginia Beach 1 Hour Double Kayak Rentals
"Coastal Virginia is an ideal place to go exploring in a kayak. Rent a kayak and launch from our location pick it up or have it delivered. Kayaks are available to rent by the hour throughout the day. Between the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Chesapeake Bay and back waters of the Lynnhaven inlet Long Creek the Narrows
From $35.00

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White Horse Tavern

On the waterside stands the White Horse Tavern: It was once the home of John Davenport, who came to Bermuda in 1815 to open a dry goods store. Davenport was a bit of a miser; upon his death, some...
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Old State House

A few steps behind Town Hall is the State House, built in 1620 by Governor Nathaniel Butler.This oldest stone building in Bermuda, made of native limestone mortared together with lime and turtle oil,...
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King's Square

I've always wanted to take one of the horse drawn carriage rides in Bermuda - they had them in the city of Hamilton, and in the Dockyard. But the first place I saw them was in St. George. The ride...
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Tucker House

I intended to go to Tucker House, but we didn't have time. It was on the walk up from the cruise ship dock. It was the home of Bermuda President Henry Tucker who was President c 1776. This was the...
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Ordinance Island

Ordnance Island, so called because the British army once stored gunpowder and cannons here, has a statue of Sir GeorgeSomers There are two ports in St. George's - Pennos Wharf and Ordinance Island....
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Town Hall

The next places to visit is the town hall which faces King's Square. It has been restored throughout with Bermuda cedar and today houses portraits of past mayors from the 19th and 20th...
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Bridge House

Bridge House is one of the oldest buildings of the island. was formerly the home of several of Bermuda's governors. One of the well known mid 1700 residents of the house was privateer Bridger Goodrich...
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Somers Garden

In 1876 Governor Lefroy, a great compiler of the earliest historical records of Bermuda, made sure a memorial tablet was erected in the Somers Garden, St. George's, with the following...
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St. George's Historical Society Museum

We apparently went to this museum on both visits. I have this picture of Bob going up the steps in 1963, and we also visited in 1995.At Featherbed Alley and Duke of Kent Street, is the Mitchell House...
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St. Peter's Church

Claimed as the oldest continually occupied Anglican church in the Western Hemisphere, it was begun in 1612 in wood with a palmetto thatched room, and was almost destroyed by a hurricane in 1712. The...
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Unfinished Cathedral

Climb the hill behind the garden to the structure known as "the folly of St. George's,". I didn't walk all the way up the hill to the unfinished cathedral, but I did get this pictures. This was to...
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Bermuda National Trust Museum

When we were here in 1995, this was called the Confederate Museum. The current museum features a video presentation and permanent exhibit upstairs. We got here very late and saw the video presentation...
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Old Rectory

I walked up to the Old Rectory to take this picture. It is at the top of Broad Alley, behind St. Peter's Church. Old Rectory is a Private home built by Captain George Dew around 1699 and is one of the...
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Featherbed Alley Printery

The Featherbed Alley Printery was also closed in 2004 because it is the same as the Historical Society Museum. We didn't see it in 1995, because it was being renouvated, and I don't think we saw it in...
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