Unfinished Church

Photo Credit: © Joshua Davis CC BY

From the way it looks, the Unfinished Church was to be a grand place of worship, meant to replace the St. Peters Church that was destroyed by a storm in 1874. However, after great progress had been made, further improvements kept being delayed until the idea was largely abandoned. Today, the church is in ruins, after a 1926 hurricane destroyed much of the progress that was made since 1874.


Guests are always free to explore the area around the church and to observe from the outside. Exploring the inside is sometime not allowed due to structural damage. Call the Bermuda Department of Parks to check the current state of the Unfinished Church.

Staying Close

Unfinished Church is located in St. George, so those staying in this part of Bermuda will be pleased to have convenient access to the historical site during their visit. With just a small number of accommodations around the neighborhood around Unfinished Church, only moderate tourist movement might be anticipated.

Location and What's Nearby

Outdoor activities like playing a few holes of golf and beach-going are by no means hard to come by and are within close proximity. Historic site patrons also interested in golfing can do so at the nearest course, Tucker's Point. Sunny days can also be enjoyed at Tobacco Bay Beach, the closest beach. But, an additional selection of golf and beach options are located in the neighborhood. Guests will also find a fair number of indoor places to visit in the vicinity. For those not wanting to have to travel a great distance, there are another pair of alluring attractions close by--Old Rectory and St. George's Historical Society Museum.


Contact Information

Location: Blockade Alley , St. George, Bermuda


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