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Bermuda walking tours sight in St. George's

One of our many beautiful traditional Bermuda architectural homes

CedarTours focuses on Bermuda walking tours in the East end of the island—St. George’s parish. There is so much to explore here.

We will observe Bermuda’s unique architecture and visit a few local businesses offering merchandise made in Bermuda and no doubt encounter a few of the area’s noted ‘characters’ during your Bermuda tours.

We will traverse a small bridge to Ordnance Island to view a replica of a 17th century ship, the Deliverance, built in Bermuda by the survivors of the Sea Venture which was wrecked on our shores in 1609. In 1610, the Deliverance and its sister ship the Patience continued on their journey to Jamestown, Virginia carrying much needed food supplies for the starving Jamestown colonists. There you’ll also see the statue of Admiral Sir George Somers.

Also on tap are visits of The Bridge House, The State House, as well as several other points of interest.

Don’t be afraid to soak up the ambient hospitality of our island and people as we journey. There is local fare for the pallet to savour while in the scenic setting of Somers Gardens, where one can also get some great camera shots. Hopefully a Bluebird or a few of our reptilian friends, the lizard and skink, will grace us with their presence so that you can also return memories of Bermuda’s unique wildlife.

Town Hall, Town of St. George, Bermuda | Bermuda tours

Town Hall in the Square

Our walking expedition will incorporate a walk through Shinbone Alley and further through the heart of St. George’s, including further pauses at St. Peter’s Church, Their Majesties Chappell the oldest surviving Anglican Church in continuous use outside the British Isles, and The World Heritage Centre.

CedarTours would like to make you an honorary citizen of our Town of St. George. Join us for our St. George walking tour!

About this tour

Days offered: Monday to Friday only
Approximate morning starting times:
— Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 10:30 am
— Tuesday & Friday: 10:00 am
Afternoon tours depend upon demand. Email us for details.
Duration: 1 hours 30 minutes (also depends on the group)
Meeting place: Penno’s Wharf (where the ferry stops)
Ending place: Town of St. George Square

Price: upon request (Group rates available)

Additional costs:
Up to 4 historical attractions (depends on the goup)
Lunch (optional but encouraged)

Make sure you have comfortable walking footwear, water, camera and your best smile.


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