St. George's History + Culture Tours

It is hard to imagine being excited about leaving Bermuda's heralded pink-sand beaches. Until you meet Kristin White. Or climb the steep stairs to the 17th-century Old State House... This is the intoxicating call of history on an island famed for romance, but which goes far beyond the honeymoon. And the most resonant place to fall into that embrace is in the tiny, fascinating township of St. George. And in the company of Kristin.

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Resilience: Bermudians of African Descent

Wednesday, 2.00-3.30pm

In 1616, Bermuda became the first English colony to use enslaved Africans, and slavery would continue on this island until Emancipation on August 1, 1834. Join us for a walking tour focused on the stories of people of African descent. Walk-in their footsteps and learn of their rebellion, resistance, and resilience.

This walking tour includes entry into 2 historic attractions.

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$50

Haunted History

Thursday, 7.00-8.00pm

Join us for Haunted History – a walking tour like no other in the beautiful Town of St. George’s, Bermuda. St. George’s is part of Bermuda’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, a town with over four incredible centuries of history. As our story-teller guides you through the winding alleys and lanes of our towne, you’ll learn of our famous residents from days of olde. But beware – your footsteps may just awake those who slumber beneath the ground.

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$35

Explore St. George’s: A Food + History Tour

Friday, 1.00-4.00pm

St. George’s, Bermuda has it all – centuries old forts, winding cobble stoned alleys, laid-back bars, one of a kind eats…Experience the best of St.George’s.

– Learn why the town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site,
– Sample local food
– Visit beaches and bays off the beaten path.  
– Small group
– Uniquely curated experience.

This 3-hour bicycle tour of St. George’s includes substantial bites from 3 restaurants.
Please note this tour is for adults only.

From

$150

Resilience: Bermudians of African Descent (A Food + History Tour)

Saturday, 1.00-4.00pm

In 1616, Bermuda became the first English colony to use enslaved Africans, and slavery would continue on this island until Emancipation on August 1, 1834. Join us for a walking tour focused on the stories of people of African descent. Walk in their footsteps and learn of their rebellion, resistance, and resilience.

This is a Food + History walking tour, and includes entry into 2 historic attractions, plus 4 food samples from eateries around town.

From

$150

Private Tours & Bicycle Rentals

Based on Availability

Book us for a private tour!
1 Hr Walking Tour: $35/person

2 Hr Walking Tour: $65/person

2 Hr Bicycle Tour: $75/person

Group 10% discount for groups 5+ people

Bicycle Rental: $30/day

We also offer history scavenger hunts and curate full day experiences alongside other East End offerings.

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