Built in 1782, St. George's Town Hall is located on King's Square and is a popular Bermuda landmark. While the building is historic, it still retains current use as a meeting place for the town council.
Aside from its current occupation as meeting house, the Town Hall attracts many visitors with its period furnishings and wide array of historic relics and documents. There are many fine art works showcased on the Town Hall's walls and even artifacts of historic significance such as letters from Elizabeth II.
One of Bermuda's most arresting monuments was never completed. Work began on the Anglican... Read more