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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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ivytravel | Aug 14, 2017

“Nice Area, Walking Tour and History”

We happened upon King's Square after off loading from the Ferry from Dockyards. Just in time for the town crier to announce a walking tour. We quickly went inside the little shop to purchase tickets...

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