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Dating to 1699

As one of Bermuda's oldest buildings, the Old Rectory is a must-visit historical attraction. Originally built as a private residence by Captain George Dew, the Old Rectory is, today, owned by the Bermuda National Trust.

Visiting this structure affords a wonderful step back into the past. The building boasts many historic features like cedar beams, limestone ceiling, distinctive staircase, and many elements of traditional Bermudian architecture. Upon entering the house, you'll be able to enjoy various exhibits that relate to the island's unique history.

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