St. George's brims with well-kept colonial architecture. Head to Bridge House, now housing the Bermuda National Trust, for a glimpse into the lives of Bermuda's 19th-century governors. Stop by the State House, constructed in 1620 as the house of parliament. Don't miss King's Square, home of the Town Hall and Butterfield Bank, built in 1776 during the American Revolution.
After strolling through cobblestone lanes, it's easy to forget that St. George is also a beach paradise. Head north for quintessential Bermuda shoreline and soak in the sun. Try Tobacco Bay for serene waters and powdery sand or St. Catherine's beach for bright blue shades with beautiful Fort St. Catherine in the background.
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