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King's Square is the heart of the Town of St. George, a local gathering place and a great spot to begin a walking tour of historic St. George's. Colonial-era buildings line the square, including the Bermuda National Trust Museum and the Town Hall from 1782, with its rich Bermuda cedar interiors. The Bank of Butterfield occupies a building from 1776 that was used as a mess hall during the American Revolution. Just outside you'll find the stocks and pillory, replicas of devices used in the 18th century for public punishments. Along the waterfront is a replica ducking stool is the site of reenactments in colonial costume.

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garyrichmond | May 21, 2017

“Worth wandering around”

The central feature of the square is the City Hall building, worth spending a brief time in--often a town crier greets you at its entrance. There are also a pillory and a stock, used for public...

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