We were a little to late to go inside, it closes at 4:30, but we walked the grounds, a little sad to look around, it's a reminder of harder times, the yellow fever. We saw several childrens tombs. There were some from the 1700's, the...More
About St. Peter's Church
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This church was a very nice place to visit. I just stood at the bottom of these steps and thought about how beautiful a wedding would be at this church. The doors seem to always be open and welcoming any visitor.
Thank you for visiting St. Peter's church! Glad you enjoyed it, and it is absolutely a beautiful place to hold a wedding or even a vow renewal! Hope you visit again someday :)
Went in to escape the heat but glad we did, a totally fascinating experience, lovely church and part of the history of Bermuda, never mind the weather a must visit.
I like this church a lot. In fact, when you go into the front doors, you will be brought back to somewhere in Bermuda's time. The inside is preserved and well taken care of! If you like to take pictures, here's your shot, especially behind...More
St. Peter's Church, located in St. George Bermuda is the oldest surviving Anglican church in continuous use outside Britian. It is absolutely beautiful inside and out. And very unique. St. Peter's Church still holds service and is definitely worth the visit.
Toured St.Peter's church on our walk around St. George. The stunning staircase caught our eye and we climbed it to visit the church. There are many plaques inside to read that describe some of Bermuda's history and famous people buried there. The high ceilings, wood...More
For a church this old I expected signs of wear and tear. This church was in tip top shape and oh so beautiful. The wood interior was priceless. It even had a pipe organ that looked ancient. It was also nice to learn that Sunday...More
Part of the Anglican Communion, this lovely church, and churchyard, has an active congregation and regular services.
This is the oldest still used church in St George. The architecture is absolutely breathtaking. The steps leading up to the front doors are intimidating but not that bad. There is an old cemetery on both side of the church. In the heart of downtown...More