One of the nice parts about having family visit, is discovering new attractions in Bermuda. Recently, I learned about a tour of St. Georges, billed as a Haunted History. What better way of exploring the cobblestone back alleys of a historic UNESCO site?
Our tour leader, in full attire. He met us in Kings Square, lantern in hand.
As the sun set and introductions concluded, we ventured forth.
It was definitely a little creepy, especially wandering the graveyard at St. Peter's.
But it was also fascinating to learn about the settlement of the town, the former residents, and their tales of love, death and valor.
St Georges is a living, breathing town, despite its heritage status. People go about their day to day lives in the midst of living history.
I loved peeking into courtyards and learning who once lived in this place.
The kids did too.
The Haunted History tour is a lot of fun and a welcome new attraction for Bermuda. It's an easy walk of less than a mile, through the streets. Wear comfortable shoes and feel free to bring the school age kids. Definitely a family friendly activity!
Kristin White is the creative director and writer for this tour. She's an amazing young woman whose love for St Georges is evident in this project she's put together.
More info on the tour can be found on the Haunted History site.
And if you have specific questions, or want suggestions about arranging an itinerary, contact me via my Tipglo account. A small fee is charged.