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Saint George (often called St. George's, a confusion with the parish it is in) is the second town and former capital of Bermuda. St. George is described as the oldest, continually inhabited English settlement in the new world. It was founded in 1612 and served as the capital of Bermuda until eclipsed by Hamilton in 1815. Because of a shift of business and government to Hamilton, St. George did not have its streets and buildings demolished and rebuilt as in Hamilton and therefore looks very much like it did 250 years ago. In fact, because of its many heritage buildings, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site during the 1990s. (less...) (more...)

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St. George Bermuda Due to its status as a World Heritage Site, there are many fine old, colonial streets and buildings to immerse yourself in; streets and alleys with fanciful names such as 'Featherbed Alley', 'Old Maid's Lane' or 'Needle and Thread Alley'. However, the best thing to do upon arrival in the town is head for the main King's Square.

King's Square was the original main square of St. George and here you can see the Town Hall, the Visitor's Service Bureau and Ordinance Island across the a small bridge directly to your south. During the tourist season (May-September), actors in period dress provide colour to the community as acting as town criers or sentencing men or women to the stockades, pillories or the dunking chair

The Visitor's Service bureau supplies maps and brochures about the town and provides an excellent walking tour of the old town. Tour of St. George's town

The main attractions of St. George are:

  • St. Peter's Church
  • Bermuda National Trust Museum
  • Tucker House Museum
  • St. George's Historical Society Museum
  • Bermuda Heritage Museum
  • Unfinished Church
  • The Town Hall
  • HMS Deliverance
  • Water Street
  • Somers Garden
  • State House
  • Bridge House
  • The Old Rectory

The town boasts some notable museums and attractions:

  • Bermudian Heritage Museum
  • The Bermuda Perfumery
  • Bridge House
  • Fanny Fox's Cottage
  • Fort St. Catherine
  • Heritage Centre
  • King's Square
  • Major Donald H. Burns Memorial Park
  • Old Rectory
  • Old State House
  • One Gun Alley
  • Ordnance Island
  • Queen's Warehouse
  • St. George's Foundation
  • St. George's Historical Society & Museum
  • St. Peter's Church
  • Stella Maris Church, Duke of Clarence Street
  • Stewart Hall
  • Somers Gardens
  • Tiger Bay
  • Town Hall
  • Tucker House Museum
  • Confederate Museum. The Confederate (yes, the Southern kind) Museum is well worth a visit. Bermuda was a waypoint for smuggling goods in from Europe in return for American cotton.

Old Rectory

Unfinished Church

St. Peter\'s Church

King\'s Square

Tucker House Museum

Bermuda State House at St. George\'s

Bridge House Gallery

Town Hall

Bermuda National Trust Museum

Achilles Bay Beach

St. David\'s Battery

Tobacco Bay

Fort St. Catherine and Museum

Fort Popple

St. George Golf Course

Fort Albert

Nonsuch Island Nature Reserve

Somerset Bridge

Clearwater Beach

Gates Fort (Town Cut Battery)

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  • Red Cliffs Desert Reserve. The 62,000 acre Red Cliffs Desert Reserve lies immediately North of Saint George. Popular for hiking and mountain biking. The 3 mile (round trip) Owen's Loop Trail begins only 5 blocks North of the old downtown and features a stunning ridge trail with great views. Free.


St. George is notable for its abundant golf opportunities, owing to the city's year-round warm climate. There are a number of golf courses to choose from:

  • Dixie Red Hills Golf Course +1 435 627-4444. 1250 North 645 West.
  • Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club. 2537 W. Entrada Trail (north of town, off Snow Canyon Parkway), +1 435 986-2200.
  • Southgate Golf Club, 1975 Tonaquint Dr,  +1 435 627-4440.
  • St. George Golf Club +1 435 627-4404. 2190 S. 1400 E.
  • Sunbrook Golf Club, 2366 Sunbrook Dr,  +1 435 627-4400.
  • SunRiver Golf Club, 4210 South Bluegrass Way,  +1 435 986-0001.
  • Ledges Golf Club, 1585 W. Ledges Parkway,  +1 435 652-8100.

Mountain biking

  • Red Rock Bicycle +1 435-674-3185. Provides trail information and organizes group rides.


  • Last weekend of January: St. George Winter Bird Festival.
  • First week of August: Washington County Fair.
  • First Saturday in October: St. George Marathon.
  • Mid-October: Huntsman World Senior Games.
  • Third Saturday in October: Tour de St. George, a 100 mile bike ride.


  • Bear Paw Coffee Co, 75 N Main St,  +1 435 634-0126. ‎, Place serves excellent fresh breakfast dishes all day.
  • Brick Oven Pizza, 1410 E St George Blvd,  +1 435-628-5800. Great pizza, bread sticks, etc. Terribly slow service.
  • Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, 471 E St. George Blvd,  +1 435 656-0200.
  • Nielsen Frozen Custard, 445 E St George Blvd,  +1 435-628-5579. Great ice cream like frozen custard.
  • Painted Pony, 2 W Saint George Blvd,  +1 435 634-1700. M-Sa 11:30AM-10PM, Su 4PM-9PM. Fine dining restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Steak and seafood are the specialties, and there is a good wine list. $8-$10 lunch, $18-$30 dinner.
  • Pancho & Lefty's, 1050 S Bluff St,  +1 435 628-4772. ‎, Great Mexican food and an overall good clean place to eat.
  • Peppers Cantina, 144 West Brigham Road,  +1 435 628-4660. Great Mexican food with wonderful flavor.
  • Pizza Factory, Pasta Factory 2 W St. George Blvd, +1 435 628-1234. The Pasta Factory has a patio dining area. The food is very good and reasonably priced.
  • Basila's Mediterranean Steak & Seafood, 1013 East 700 South,  +1 435-634-9942. Mon-Sat: 11AM-9PM. Pretty good Greek restaurant with a few Italian offerings. Typical fare like gyros, kebabs, and great pita. $10-$30.


  • Iggy's Sports Grill. Good food and good drink.
  • The Office, Bar in the Hilton Garden Inn. Utah no longer has the private club law!
  • The One and Only, Hometown beer bar.
  • The Firehouse, The bowling alley beer bar.
  • Poncho and lefty's, Mexican food and cozy little bar.
  • Wing Nutz, New Sports Bar and wing location on Bluff St. Open till 1AM on weekends!


There is an enclosed mall, the Red Cliffs Mall, anchored by Sears, Penney's and Dillards, roughly halfway between exit 10 and exit 8 on the east side of I-15. There are also outlet stores in the Zion Outlet Mall on the east side of I-15, just north of the St. George Boulevard exit.

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