Tropical walkway with flowers, palm trees, and pines, on St. George's, Bermuda

Cruise to St. George Island, Bermuda

St. George Island is Bermuda's former capital and the oldest settlement in the new world. In the old town, there are colonial lanes and alleys with quirky names like Featherbed Lane, Barber's Alley, Old Maid's Lane and Printer's Alley. The town is also known for its well-preserved historic buildings, like St. Peter's Church and the storied Bridge House in King's Square. These gems were built in 1707, served as the home of governors, privateers and even a ghost or two. And while British colonial architecture dots the island, beaches like Tobacco Bay and St. Catherine's provide a tropical touch.
National Language English
Currency Accepted Bermudian Dollar (BMD), U.S Dollar (USD)

Things To Do in St. George Island

The State House in St. George's, former home of Bermuda's parliament, in St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, Bermuda State House

Waves of History

Waves of History

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.

Dark clouds over Tobacco Bay Beach in St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, Bermuda Tobacco Bay Beach

Beach Break

Beach Break

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.

Fort Saint Catherine with artillery in St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, Bermuda Fort Saint Catherine

Adventure Up-Coast

Get out of town and explore the coast, making stops at Fort St. Catherine in the north for a glimpse into Bermuda's military past. Cruise to St. George Island and check out Ferry Point Park, or head to the ruins of Martello Tower in the southwest for walking trails in a forested area clad with a pretty lake.

Fried fish sandwich with tartar sauce and french fries, on a restaurant in St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, Bermuda Fried Fish Sandwich

Local Cuisine

For jumbo fish sandwiches, stop by Art Mel's, famous for a light and crispy fish that's especially shredded for their sandwiches. If you're more in the mood for fine dining, go with Tempest Bistro, considered by many as the best restaurant in St. George's. Try their grilled shrimp and scallops in white wine, their savory puff pastries or their duck prosciutto during your St. George Island cruise vacation.

A pile of glass beads of different colors for sale in St. George's, Bermuda

St. George's, Bermuda Glass Beads


St. George's has some of the best shopping in Bermuda, all hiding behind handsome colonial buildings. Stop by The Bermuda Perfumery to discover an unforgettable scent. Or head to the Bermuda Glass Blowing Studio to watch as artists mold glass into necklaces and figurines. You can also check out the Bermuda Craft Market for a symphony of local arts and crafts to take home after your cruise.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Take a ferry boat and explore other amazing Bermuda destinations, like Hamilton.
2 There are no car rentals in St. George's, so rent a bike or a scooter and take off on your own to discover the old town and the coast.

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