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Historic City Tour of St George
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Located in the center of St. George parish, this square contains stocks, a pillory and a whipping post, replicas of those used to punish criminals over 400 years ago.
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“town crier” (20 reviews)
“town hall” (25 reviews)
Downtown, St. George, Bermuda
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We were not able to get there during an re-enactment, however do not let this detour you. All of historic downtown area is adorable. Everything is so well maintained, the shopping, food, buildings are all worth a visit. Take some time to peek around. Hit...More

Thank theeshopper
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Main reason to go there is to se the reenactment of dunking the folks, and to takee pics with your hands and head in a wooden boards.

Thank funlver007
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The town crier gets volunteers from the crowd to participate in the re-enactment of the dunking of the town gossip/nag. It was lots of fun and especially to have our husbands participating in the dunking. The town crier and the gossip play their parts to...More

Thank 160beverlys
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

This is a nice place to visit. The building is open to the public and interesting to read about the history. The town crier was welcoming people but apparently a dunking is held daily but we missed it. This is also the area to catch...More

Thank Canada010
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

There was little to see or do on a Saturday in September. The town caters to the cruise ships and most events/historic homes/re-enactments, etc. run during the week and some only during peak season. There was not one sole in period dress. With that said,...More

Thank Shelyshine
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The highlight of the Square is the dunking presentation. A man and a woman dressed in colonial costume reenact the discipline of a naughty woman in the 1700s. The gendarme dressed in a tri-corner hat, after much hollering back and forth, proceeds to put the...More

Thank Fred M
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

Main square in town of St. George's and very historic. Definitely worth a visit great picture opportunities. Beautiful setting to see.

Thank MatthewS4
Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Nice place to have a wander around and soak up the local atmosphere. There are some old fashioned punishments, such as stocks and a ducking stool - the first one I had ever seen on my travels. Local taxis congregate here.

Thank Liz H
Reviewed 28 August 2017

We started here at the information center to plan our stay. We took the $12 walking tour which gave us the historical foundation of the town. The guide is a long time resident of St. George which added a personal touch to the tour After...More

Thank CEC51
Reviewed 20 August 2017

There is an information booth, restaurants, rest rooms, ice cream and coffee shops nearby. A comfortable place to sit and plan your day. The people are very friendly and helpful, it is clean as a whistle and there are lots of quaint little shops to...More

Thank Mistymfn
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Response from Colleen C | Reviewed this property |
There is a bike and scooter rental in the dockyard. We took the bus to the south beaches. There is a fee to enter the beach that is within walking distance of the port and it is a very small beach and not anything like... More