Step back in time with tour guide and 11th generation Bermudian, Peter Frith. He'll lead you on an exploration of the island's storied UNESCO World Heritage Site, which dates back to the 17th Century. Learn about Bermuda's distinct culture, including food, forts, roofs, religion and connections to Great Britain and The United States of America.
Consisting of a gentle stroll through the town, you will see the most historic section where the oldest stone building of British origin in the New World stands alongside four of the most prominent early 18th century homes in Bermuda. Additional highlights of the tour will be the St. George's Historical Society Museum at Mitchell House along with Stuart Hall, home of the Bermuda Perfumery and the Globe where the Bermuda National Trust Museum is housed. The tour will end at St. Peter's Church, Their Majesties Chappell. Over 400 years old, St. Peter's is considered by many as the oldest Anglican Episcopal church in continuous use in the New World.
Few visitors get to explore St. George's culture and properties in this way. Whether you're an avid historian, a photographer looking for that perfect shot, or you're just looking to enrich the mind, this tour provides the perfect opportunity to discover Bermuda's culture.
Tickets available for purchase at Premier Tickets.