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St. George's & the East End

Natural Wonders & Bermuda's Beginnings

Step back in time as you stroll the centuries-old brick streets of the Town of St. George, Bermuda's former capital and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The well-preserved historic town and nearby fortress make St. George's and the East End a haven for British colonial architecture, history and culture. Nearby, discover many unique natural attractions, including the limestone formations of Tobacco Bay Beach, Tom Moore’s Jungle and the Crystal Caves of Bermuda. Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve and Ferry Reach National Park are both flush with flora and birdlife, including several rare species.

Key Points of Interest

Some of the East End’s top attractions are plotted below. To browse or search a full list of things to see and do in Bermuda’s East End, scroll down the page.

St. George's & the East End Listings

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Blue Hole Park

Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish

St. George's & the East End | Nature Reserves

Walk the trails of Blue Hole Park to find secluded caves and idyllic grottoes nestled into the area Bermudians call...

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Cooper's Island Nature Reserve

Cooper's Island Rd., St. George's

St. George's & the East End | Beaches | Nature Reserves

Explore 12 acres of pristine nature reserve to spot seabirds, giant land crabs and ancient Bermuda cedar trees on...

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Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

South Rd., Smith's

St. George's & the East End | Nature Reserves

Visit one of the island’s largest and most untouched open spaces to spot numerous resident and migrating birds, as...

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