Constructed in 1620, the Old State House is regarded as the oldest stone building in Bermuda. For this reason, it gets many visitors throughout the year. Most people come to check out this landmark's exterior, but visitors can also make appointments for a more extensive tour.
During its history, the Old State House was the site of legislative council meetings, but these were eventually moved to Hamilton. Today, the building is used for various ceremonies or special events. If you happen to be touring St. George's Parish, you should head to Princess Street to at least witness the building's unique exterior.
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