Every year over sixty thousand people come to St Peter’s Church from all over the world.  We want you to feel welcome, whether you come to worship or pray on your own or merely to experience this historic place. Volunteers are present to greet you, provide you with brochures and answer any questions you may have. St Peter’s is located in the heart of the Town of St George close to the town square and within easy distance of all of the town’s other major attractions, including the Unfinished Church. 

Opening Times
Monday – Saturday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm year round 
Sundays except for worship
Christmas Day
Boxing Day (26 December)
New Year’s Day
Public Holidays
There may be times when access to some areas of the church are restricted due to weddings, funerals or other services or events. Please contact the church office if this might be a concern.
Entry by Donation
A $2 donation per person is requested as we believe this beautiful historic building should be available to all. Old places need a lot of expensive upkeep. This $2.00 donation will help us with the costs of maintaining St Peter’s and keeping the church open for future visitors
St Peter’s is famous for the twenty six steps that lead up to the old cedar doors.  For those who find stairs difficult, and for wheelchair access, level access into the church is available from Church Lane behind the church. Wheelchairs can access the graveyard, segregated graveyard, church and vestry.

Group Tours
Groups are most welcome to visit our church.  We recommend that you let us know when you are coming to avoid any scheduling conflict.  A guided tour for your group can be available if requested in advance.
School Groups
St Peter’s is a very popular destination for groups of school children learning about their island’s history.  We are delighted to offer a short presentation on St Peter’s which also reflects aspects of Bermuda’s history if requested in advance.  For children of primary school age, a Discover St Peter’s sheet is available which is a fun introduction to some aspects of the church and churchyard. Students should be supervised by an adult or, in the case of large groups, several adults.  Please call the Parish Office on (441) 297 2459 or email office@stpeters.bm.   

Rev. Dr. Lorne Bean

African Diaspora Tour at St. Peter’s Church
St. Peter’s Church is part of the UNESCO recognized African Diaspora Heritage Trail which highlights the histories, influence and contributions of Bermuda’s African-descent population.
Bermudian AME minister Rev. Dr Lorne Bean conducts an immersive tour which follows the trajectory of Black Bermudians from discovery, through slavery to freedom, and provides an opportunity for visitors and residents to learn about the contribution of Black Bermudians to the island’s culture and heritage. Included is the history of King’s Pilot James Darrell, a visit to the segregated graveyard and the time of emancipation.
Tickets are $30 per person, $15 students 12 and under, minimum booking is four tickets. To book a tour email office@stpeters.bm.
The African Diaspora Tour is wheelchair accessible and is supported by the Bermuda Tourism Authority.