Old State House

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The Old State House was erected in 1620 in what Governor Nathaniel Butler believed was the Italian style, so it's one of the few structures in Bermuda to feature a flat roof. Full review →


Frommer's 35

Behind the Town Hall is Bermuda's oldest stone building, constructed with turtle oil and lime mortar in 1620. Unless there's a special event, the landmark building doesn't offer much to see. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Today the State House is rented out to Bermuda's oldest Masonic lodge for an annual sum of one peppercorn. Full review →

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