Town Hall at St. Georges Bermuda
Town Hall is located at the eastern side of King's Square in St. Georges Bermuda. The building was originally constructed in 1782 during the British colonial days. Today, the Mayor of the town and the council meets here regularly to take decisions related to the town's administrative matters.
have been used extensively for the interiors which is aesthetically designed and has lovely cedar ceiling and floor.
Here are what you will see inside:
1) In 1998, a flagstone was brought in from Sir George Somers's home town in England and has been laid at the entry way of the Town Hall. Somers was the founder of Bermuda whose ship Sea Venture
strayed in a storm and wrecked near the shore of St. George.
Town Hall, St. George Bermuda
2) Portraits of earlier Mayors of the St. Georges town. For over 100 years, mayors have been holding the civic government meetings at the town hall.
3) Bermuda cedar furnishing, chairs and tables along with Mayor's Throne. If you want, you can sit on one of them and get your own photograph taken.
Inside Town Hall, St George
4) An 1861 painting of St. George Harbor
created by the Edwin James, a renowned British artist who was a resident of the town.
5) Letters from Queen Elizabeth II, etc
Admission is free. There are toilets just behind the Town Hall.
Imagery (inside Town Hall)
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Open to public 10a.m - 4p.m, Monday-Saturday (when not in session).
Location and Contacts
7 Kings Square, Town of St. George's, Bermuda
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